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Stylist and media personality Law Roach walks the Boss Spring 2023 runway show in Miami on Wednesday in a tailored ensemble.

Roach surprised guests when he appeared on the catwalk wearing a cream tailored suit jacket with matching formal trousers and a white evening shirt underneath. The look was teamed with a pair of light brown leather drivers. To make the look more attractive, it was accessorised with a cream dupatta.

Boss Spring 2023 runs at Law Roach Miami.

Boss’s Spring 2023 runway drew inspiration from Miami. The collection focuses on men’s tailoring, pure fabrics, buttery silks, smooth nylons and lightweight, wrinkle-free materials.

Roach’s appearance on the runway at Boss came just days after it was revealed he was retiring from the style. In a post on Instagram on Tuesday, the stylist shared a photo of a red sign saying “Retired” with the caption, “My cup is empty… Thank you to everyone who has supported me and my career over the years. Everyone who trusted me for their image; I am very grateful to all of you. If this business was only about clothes I would have done it for life but unfortunately it is not the case! Politics, lies and false narratives have finally caught up with me! You win… I’m out.’

Many on social media pointed to an incident at the Louis Vuitton Fall 2023 show during Paris Fashion Week as a turning point for Roach. In videos on the social media platform, Roach was seen arriving in the first row with his client, Zendaya, but was directed to the second row as he went to sit down.

The Boss Spring 2023 runway show featured more than 500 attendees, including Maluma, Demi Lovato, Bella Thorne, Suki Waterhouse, Lucien Laviscount and Christine Quinn. After this the party was organized at Herald Plaza. The guests also celebrated the launch of the Boss Burial account. View Now, Buy Now The collection is available on Boss.com and at Boss retail stores.

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