Zendaya's Stylist Law Roach says she's 'like his sister' after fans believe that his retirement is because of her
Three days after Zendaya was absent from the Oscars, Law Roach, Zendaya's stylist, took to Twitter to respond to rumors that she was behind his retirement on March.
UPDATE 3/16/23 at 6:57 ET: Law Roach spoke to Vogue hours after he announced his retirement via Instagram. He clarified that he isn't leaving fashion entirely."I'm not saying that I'm retiring in fashion. Fashion is my passion. He told the outlet in Miami that he loves the businesses and being creative."What I'm quitting is celebrity styling: being in service and at the service of others. That's why I'm retiring, yes."
ORIGINAL STORY - Law Roach shared his retirement announcement via Instagram on March.15 was the reason that the celebrity stylist took to Twitter. His first tweet stated, "So y’all really think that I'm breaking up avec Z ..... and we are forever!"Law continued his tweet with the following: "She's my little brother and it's real love, not fake industry love."Law concluded his thread with a cute gif of two children playing with the caption, "Literally Me and Zendaya ...."." The caption included the words, "Me & U must Neva Part" and a pink heart emoji.
Soon after sharing those three tweets with Law Roach's 35.6K Twitter followers, many of them took to the comments section and reacted to his praises for the Euphoria star."I hope Law does the right thing for him and his peace. Megan [Thee Stallion]'s styling was ESPECIALLY beautiful and I'll feel sad if it is truly the end!" One admirer commented on the stunning look he gave the rapper at Mar's 2023 Oscars. One fan later joked that they were relieved their feud was a rumor."I'm so glad, you two are an icon duo who have given so much over the years. They wrote, "It broke my heart to imagine there might be a split!"
Law Roach, who worked with the brunette bombshell numerous times in the past and took to Instagram earlier that day to announce his retirement."My Cup is empty ..... Thank you to everyone who has supported me and my career throughout the years. Law began Law's caption by saying that every person who trusted me with their image, they are all so grateful."If this business were just about the clothes, I would do it all my life. But unfortunately, it's not!"I was finally defeated by the politics, lies, and false narratives. He's out, you win." He most recently worked with Zendaya on her red carpet look at the 2023 SAG Awards on February 26.
Many of his 1.2million followers reacted to the retirement news by commenting on this post. Lisa Rinna, a former member of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, was among them."Law, we need you !!!!She exclaimed, "I love you!" while Niecy Nash said, "We all come and go on our OWN terms.".... If you're done because your next role is available, then blessings! Keep your main character's energy if you're having a moment'You got this, either way." Naomi Campbell, 52, a modeling legend, begged Law not to give up on his remarkable career."Law, I won't allow you !!!!," he declared. She exclaimed, "We don't quit.. worked hard."
Law has been a celebrity stylist over a decade. He rose to fame in 2009 when Kanye West, 45 brought the paparazzi to his shop. He has worked with many A-list celebrities, including Zendaya's man Tom Holland, Celine dion, actress Anya TaylorJoy, Priyanka Chpra, and many more. He also created a number of looks for the 26-year old, including her NAACP Image Awards black-and-green gown on February 25, and her black ballgown for 2022 Emmy Awards.