This season at London Fashion Week, Simone Rocha delivered lavish abundance in a nod to her tendency toward the grand and the historical. "I wanted to do something with lots of textures and layers—something, I don't know . . . generous," Rocha told Vogue, and that desire was reflected in voluminous, puffy sleeves, lace dresses trimmed with goat fur, Victorian coats, tulle plaid, corded lace, pale gold brocades and a general 19th-century air that spoke to the sort of strong femininity Rocha represents.