AceShowbiz - Law Roach once again proved that there is no issue between him and Zendaya Coleman following his resignation. The celebrity stylist declared he will continue working with the "Europhia" leading lady while ditching other clients.
The 44-year-old confirmed in an interview with The Cut that he will not be dressing any clients for this year's Met Gala despite having outfitted some celebrities for the event. He believes that "they're gonna find a new stylist."
Law noted he'll soon be named the creative director of a footwear brand. He is also currently working on a book. In the meantime, he will continue collaborating with Zendaya in some capacity.
Law, who has also worked with the likes of Kerry Washington and Issa Rae among others, shockingly announced his decision to retire on Tuesday. He said he's fed up with "the politics" and "the lies" in the industry.
"My Cup is empty.....," he kicked off his statement shared on Instagram. "Thank you to everyone who've supported me and my career over the years. 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!" he added. "You win … I'm out."
Law has denied that Zendaya was the reason behind his retirement. People initially assumed that it was due to the incident at Louis Vuitton's show during Paris Fashion Week where he couldn't find any seat, but the stylist clarified that there wasn't a seat for him because they were running late.
Law shared that he and Zendaya arrived at the show with "a lot of anxiety" because they were not on time. He added, "Zendaya is really respectful and she doesn't like people to have to wait on her."
However, he was confused to find out that Zendaya was allotted a single seat in the front row. "Even for years, like, I'm always used to sitting next to her. And so, in my mind, my seat was next to her. So when I got there and it wasn't, you know, it wasn't a problem, but there was nobody to tell me where my actual seat was," he argued.
"And so the seat behind her, when you see her turn around and touch the seat, it wasn't her telling me to sit there, it was her telling me like, 'That's Darnell's seat,' which is her assistant. I'm not gonna sit in Darnell's seat," he explained, referring to the viral video of their exchange. "That became really tough, because it made people think that Zendaya wasn't taking care of me and wasn't making sure I was taken care of."