Celine Dion's stylist Law Roach was reduced to tears by the singer's outfit at the Billboard Music Awards. The 49-year-old looked stunning in a white gown from Stephane Rolland Couture, which featured exaggerated shoulders and highlighted her tiny waist, for the star-studded ceremony back in May. Celine also took to the stage to perform her tune My Heart Will Go On, and seeing his client look so resplendent during the performance led to an emotional reaction for Law. "After I did that look, I stepped back to watch, and as she's performing and I cried, I literally cried," he told People.com. "It was such a powerful moment, and for me to have such a big moment in someone's career who has such a big career - I almost felt like I had to retire. I was like, 'What could I possibly do to top that?!' It was such a beautiful moment."
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Celine Dion stood out in an angelic gown at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards
Labelling the moment as the "highlight of my entire career", Law added that it was the first time a look he created had moved him to tears. "It was very emotional because I didn't get into this business with any expectations," the style expert explained. "I just wanted to make women feel beautiful and the fact that my career has taken me to so many places and given me so many amazing moments and a moment with Celine Dion? For me to have a small little piece in that legacy is incredible."
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Law also works with actress Zendaya and singer Demi Lovato. When he was brought on as Demi's stylist, he was determined not to change her signature look, but simply wanted to help her embrace her inner fashionista. "I just really try and get into the DNA of who they are and who they want to be, then maybe try to find a little something in them that they didn't know they had," he mused. "For me it's not about changing anyone. It's about cultivating who they are and trying to elevate that."