Ariana Grande can try on clothes for 'hours and hours'
Ariana Grande's stylist Law Roach opens up about the singer's evolution from starlet to "fashion girl".
Ariana Grande never tires during lengthy fittings for red carpet couture.
The 23-year-old entertainer and her stylist Law Roach first collaborated last November (15), when he chose a "one of a kind" pale pink and black Giambattista Valli dress for her to wear to the American Music Awards. Law, who also works with style maven Zendaya Coleman and music legend Celine Dion, considers it a pleasure working with the Focus singer as she is always fun and professional - even when she has to undergo lengthy garment fittings.
"She loves fittings," he told Teen Vogue of what it's like to dress-hunt with Ariana. "We'll have a four hour fitting and she will tells jokes and do impersonations. We’ll try on clothes for hours and hours."
Among Law's favourite ensembles he's put together with Ariana is the Alexander McQueen getup she wore to the Billboard Music Awards in May (16). Of the black crop top, slimline trousers, and statement diamond choker, he said the look represents Ariana's transformation into a sartorial star.
"This is one of my favourite ever Ariana looks," he explained. "She is evolving, and her new music has evolved and so has her look. That’s what you get as you grow as an artist, and from a young girl into a young woman."
Law also appreciates the fact that Ariana is willing to try different silhouettes, but remains cautious when it comes to over-the-top gowns tend as they tend to swamp her petite frame. That's why when it came to choosing a look for Ariana to wear for the Grammy Awards in February (16), he opted for a sleek and simple red Romona Keveza gown.
"It is a red, with a classic silhouette and buttons from the top to the bottom of the dress, which was a sweet detail,” he reminisced. “It was sexy, but silent. That’s the way I dress all of my girls from Zendaya to Celine, I believe all women should have an air of sophistication."
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