Born in Dublin, the Irish-Chinese designer launched her lucrative career six years ago following the footsteps of her father and designer John Rocha. Her delicate and distinctive personality and style has grown and matured alongside her career and has successfully planted herself as a top international designer – but her heritage very much still calls back to Dublin.
Commenting on Rocha’s distinctive creative and often whimsical style and direction, Fashion Editor Marie Kelly says that although her collections heavily feature dresses, “they feel utterly fresh and offer a wonderful reimagination of something that can easily feel saner. She challenges the consumer without alienating them”
See Rocha accepting her prestigious award here:
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