Taylor Swift is taking a look smoldering on the cover of British Vogue’s January version.
The 27-year-old poses in a purple backless YSL get dressed with dramatic eye makeup. Inside, the singer poses on a mattress in a blue and cream get dressed, and you’ll additionally discover a sultry again and white symbol as neatly.
Taylor, who launched her 6th studio Reputation remaining month, has written an unique poem for the mag.
Speaking about the cover star, Editor in Chief, Edward Enniful stated: “For me, the likelihood to assist grow to be America’s most enticing sweetheart used to be a pleasure.
“As we took the pop icon on an epic style adventure with photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, what struck me maximum about Taylor used to be her sensible sense of humour, but additionally how, for a girl in her twenties, she has an incredible sense of who she is.
“Obviously she is a world-class lyricist – and has written a shocking poem only for Vogue on the well timed topic of reinvention and transferring on – however she additionally takes her tasks as a job type very severely.
“Taylor is conscious about her following and the way she communicates with younger girls, and can by no means painting a personality that will ship the fallacious message.
“That said, even superstars aren’t immune to the power of a great dress. Taylor says she has never seen herself transformed like this before, and I was very touched to see how emotional she was at the end of our shoot day in London.”
Taylor has stated in the past that the video for the lead unmarried, Look What You Made Me Do is rooted in the concept that there are such a large amount of other variations of her.
In the tune, she says “The Old Taylor can’t come to the phone right now, because she is dead” and it looks like the Vogue photoshoot is holding together with her transformation right into a extra rockier model.
The singer made her Vogue UK cover debut in November 2014.
See the complete shoot in the January factor of British Vogue on sale Friday.
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