Retired stylist Law Roach shuts down these Zendaya rumors

Now-former superstar stylist Law Roach has shut down these Zendaya rumors that started circulating after he introduced his retirement Tuesday.

In a collection of tweets, Roach set the report straight about his relationship with the Emmy-winning “Euphoria” star, who for years has been one in all his most well-known and devoted shoppers. Some speculated on-line that the dynamic style duo had a falling out that led to Roach’s departure from superstar styling.

Not true, he says.

“So y’all really think I’m breaking up with Z….. we are forever!” Roach tweeted on Wednesday.

“She’s my little sister and it’s real love not the fake industry love,” he added in a follow-up tweet.

On Tuesday, Roach surprised the style world by asserting through Instagram that he has ended his profession as a stylist to the celebs. Over the course of almost a decade, Roach has collaborated with a few of Hollywood’s largest names, together with Ariana Grande, Kerry Washington, Hunter Schafer, Megan Thee Stallion, Priyanka Chopra, Celine Dion, Keke Palmer and naturally, Zendaya — whom he started styling when she was 13 and helped rework into red-carpet royalty.

“My Cup is empty….. thank you to everyone who’ve supported me and my career over the years,” Roach stated Tuesday.

“Every person that trusted me with their image, I’m so grateful for you all. If this business was just about the clothes I would do it for the rest of my life but unfortunately it’s not! The politics , the lies and false narratives finally got me! You win … I’m out.”

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In an interview with Vogue printed Wednesday, Roach elaborated on his determination to depart the superstar stylist trade and clarified that he’s not “retiring from fashion” completely. On the opposite, Roach simply kicked off his subsequent chapter with aptitude by making his modeling debut at Wednesday’s Boss style present in Miami.

“I love fashion. I love the businesses, and I love being creative,” Roach instructed Vogue. “What I’m retiring from is the celebrity styling part of it: the being in service and at service of other people. That’s what I’m retiring from, yeah.”

Since posting his farewell assertion on Instagram, Roach has acquired an “overwhelming” quantity of affection and help from his longtime collaborators, associates and colleagues. While working as a star stylist, Roach tended to prioritize his shoppers over his “own health and happiness,” he instructed Vogue.

“I was riding in the car and I made a decision,” he continued.

“I said: ‘You know what, I’ve done everything I wanted to do in this career. I’ve received all the awards, the accolades, I’ve changed people’s lives … And I just 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: It’s okay. You can do something else.”