Taylor Swift and Stella McCartney collaborate on Lover collection

Collaborative fashion line launches to coincide with the popstar’s latest album, kicking off with a NYC pop-up opening this weekend

Written by Rhys Thomas

Posted 22.08.2019 | Apparel

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Taylor Swift is partnering with her new bestie, British designer Stella McCartney, on a new fashion collection inspired by the popstar’s new album, Lover.

The range was revealed on both Swift and McCartney’s Instagram pages, where they shared a candid shot of the pair going over designs at McCartney’s atelier.

The merchandise includes t-shirts, handbags, sweaters, shirt dresses and more, with designs inspired by Swift’s new songs and her cat, the Instagram-famous Benjamin Button. Garments feature photos of Swift along with lyrics and track listings from the new album amid a backdrop of whimsical, tie-dye-style graphics of seraphim, winged hearts and clouds.

Speaking to British Vogue, Swift says the collaboration came to pass after she spent time with the designer in London while writing songs for her new album.

“I name-checked her in one of my songs and when I played her the album, I said, ‘Should we do something?’” the singer says.

The range will be available for fans to purchase at a New York City The Lover Experience pop-up opening this weekend between 23 and 25 August. Visitors will be able to get their hands on limited edition merchandise and exclusive items.

Check out the collection’s official look book here.


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