Ariana Grande’s iconic look reportedly features four key details according to her stylist, Law Roach. The stylist also said that everything that Grande wears or uses is part of the singer’s “big four” approach.

While speaking with People, Roach said that the DNA of Grande’s look includes super short miniskirts, sky-high over-the-knee boots, girly crop tops and high ponytail. Roach said that his client has made all four elements iconic.

Roach, who has been working for Grande for the past 4 years, said that he has also been very careful when it comes to constructing and shaping the singer’s image. The stylist coined the term image architect because this is exactly what he has been doing for Grande and his other clients.

“I always like to say if you put anyone behind a screen with a long pony, an A-line skirt, an over-the-knee boot, the first thing that comes to everybody’s mind now is Ariana Grande,” he said. “I really do think that one of her ponytails will end up in the Smithsonian one day, that’s how iconic I believe that ponytail is,” Roach added.

Roach and Grande are currently working together on the latter’s Sweetener world tour, which kicked off on March 18. The stylist said that his fashion approach for Grande was to take her authentic blueprint and make it feel fresh and elevated.

The result is a mix of designs that are reflective of Grande’s signature look while adding absolutely feminine and super powerful touches to it. Roach said that his goal for styling Grande is for young girls to see her and realize that they could also become iconic by staying true to who they are.

In related news, Grande also made headlines this week after she seemingly posted about depression. On Saturday, the “God Is A Woman” singer shared a quote from Jim Carey via her Instagram Story.

Grande’s cryptic post was uploaded just days after she told her fans that she was feeling empty. The singer’s fans immediately sent her their love and gave her touching messages in an attempt to make her feel better.

Ariana Grande Ariana Grande performs at Billboard Women In Music 2018 on December 6, 2018, in New York City. Mike Coppola/Getty Images for Billboard