Now-former celebrity hairstylist Law Roach has shut down the Zendaya rumors that began circulating after she announced her retirement on Tuesday.
In a series of tweets, Roach set the record straight about his relationship with the Emmy-winning “Euphoria” star, who for years has been one of his most famous and loyal clients. Some speculated online that the dynamic fashion duo had a falling out that led to Roach leaving the celebrity style.
Not true, he says.
“So you all really think I’m breaking up with Z…we are forever!” Cockroach tweeted On Wednesday.
“She is my little sister and it is real love, not the fake love of the industry,” he added in a caption. follow up tweet.
On Tuesday, Roach shocked the fashion world by announcing via Instagram she has ended her career as a stylist to the stars. Over the course of nearly a decade, Roach has collaborated with some of the biggest names in Hollywood, including Ariana Grande, Kerry Washington, Hunter Schafer, Megan Thee Stallion, Priyanka Chopra, Celine Dion, Keke Palmer, and of course, Zendaya, who began to comb. when he was 13 and helped transform him into red carpet royalty.
“My Cup is empty…thank you to everyone who has supported me and my career over the years,” Roach said Tuesday.
“Each person who trusted me with their image, I am very grateful for all of you. If this business was just for clothes, I would do it for the rest of my life, but unfortunately it’s not! Politics, lies and false narratives finally got me! You win… I’m out”.
In an interview with Fashion Posted Wednesday, Roach explained her decision to leave the celebrity styling industry, clarifying that she won’t be “retiring from fashion” entirely. Instead, Roach just kicked off the next chapter of her own style by making her modeling debut at Wednesday’s Boss fashion show in Miami.
“I love fashion. I love business and I love being creative,” Roach told Vogue. “What I’m withdrawing from is the celebrity style part: being of service and service to other people. That’s what it’s about.” from which I retire, yes.
Since posting his parting statement on Instagram, Roach has received an “overwhelming” amount of love and support from his former collaborators, friends and colleagues. While working as a celebrity stylist, Roach tended to prioritize clients over her “own health and happiness,” she told Vogue.
“I was in the car and I made a decision,” he continued.
“I told him, ‘You know what, I’ve done everything I wanted to do in this race. I received all the awards, the accolades, I changed people’s lives… And I feel like I’ve had enough.’ …So that Instagram post wasn’t a PR stunt. It was really me giving myself the grace to say: okay. You can do something else.