Marking 10 years since the debut of her self-named London-based label, this partnership — the first between the retailer and an Irish designer — turns Rocha’s signature silhouettes, embellishments, and intricate details on their heads, while reflecting her multicultural heritage. With this decade-long oeuvre to reference, Rocha combed through her archives for particularly beloved designs to reimagine and reinterpret (at egalitarian price points), with specially developed fabrics like delicate broderie anglaise and intricate tinsel tweeds. But (figuratively) beneath all of Rocha’s signature tulle layers, playful volume, and unexpected asymmetry, the line offers another quality we’ve been craving: connection.