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Sunday 26 October 2014

Zendaya so linked to stylist

Zendaya

Zendaya and her stylist love taking fashion risks.

The former Disney star has collaborated with Law Roach since the beginning of her career. Recently she has been knocking it out of the park on the red carpet, and Law believes it's because they are so in sync with what look she should have.

"It's sort of like both of our styles have grown together, we're style soul mates," he explained to Teen Vogue. "We get everything together on the rack and show it to her in the fitting. It's so amazing because she always goes for my favorite look and I'm like, 'Really?! You have to be kidding me.' It's been that way since the beginning."

Law has helped the 17-year-old pick out some of her most notable red carpet looks, including the recent BET Awards outfit of sports style jacket and matching maxi skirt. But one of her biggest risks was at the Grammys when she wore a dress with a high slit and a slightly sheer blouse, which showed a little more skin than the singer had in the past.

"It definitely surprised me when she chose the Emanuel Ungaro ensemble," Law admitted. "The thing about Zendaya is she is very much her. She always says, 'I don't want to be a role model. I want to be a real model.' But she put on this dress and felt that it was time to get a little more mature edgy."

Law credits Zendaya for not following the fashion pack when it comes to picking her outfits.

"Whenever we talk about style, we're like, 'We're going to do whatever we want! We don't care about trends!'" he said. "You might see her in some of-the-moment styles, but it's because that just happened to be what she was drawn to."

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