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Taylor Swift is so GORGEOUS on Vogue magazine




TAYLOR SWIFT has been unveiled as the cover star of Edward Enninful’s second issue of British Vogue.

SH๏τ by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, the pop star wears a Saint Laurent dress by Anthony Vaccarello with hair styled by Paul Hanlon and make-up by Isamaya Ffrench. A 12-page shoot styled by the editor-in-chief follows in the much-anticipated  edition and sets the precedent for #NewVogue’s exciting year ahead.

For me, the chance to help transform America’s most fascinating sweetheart was a joy. As we took the pop icon on an epic fashion journey with pH๏τographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, what struck me most about Taylor was her brilliant sense of humour, but also how, for a woman in her twenties, she has an incredible sense of who she is,” Enninful said of the shoot.

“Obviously she is a world-class  lyricist – and has written a stunning poem just for Vogue on the timely subject of reinvention and moving on – but she also takes her duties as a role model very seriously. Taylor is acutely aware of her following and how she communicates with young women, and will never portray a character that would send the wrong 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.”

The cover follows the release of Swift’s sixth studio album, Reputation, through Big Machine Records. The artwork of the LP, which topped charts in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Scotland, Switzerland, the UK and USA, features a striking monochrome image of her also lensed by Mert and Marcus in London.

As the singerprepares to embark on a global stadium tour, her career-shaping fashion journey in the January 2018 issue shows yet again what an unstoppable force of nature the pop queen, who has long since graduated from a pop princess, has become.