Taylor Swift did not wait long after the reveal of her upcoming British Vogue cover to sneak a few more visuals to fans via Instagram.
Swift is set to appear on the January 2018 cover of the high-fashion glossy, only the second issue of brand new Editor in Chief Edward Enniful, who also styled the shoot. The visuals, which account for a massive twelve-page spread in the magazine, were shot by photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, who also were the masterminds behind all of Swift's reputation visuals.
Upon announcing the cover on Monday (December 4), Swift expressed how grateful she was on Instagram in a long message to the team she worked with. "Thank you @edward_enninful and @mertalas for your passion, spirit, and contagious laughter on set," the singer wrote. "Mert and Marcus took these photos for @britishvogue and my album photos for reputation, and it’s been such a bonding experience working together so closely and talking so much about what we wanted to make. It’s been a while since I’ve done a magazine cover. I’m really happy my first one back was with such wonderful people. #newvogue/"
Swift posted four separate looks from the Vogue shoot, and captioned each with different reputation lyrics from tracks "Dancing With Our Hands Tied," "Dress," "I Did Something Bad," and "New Years Day." See each of the new photos, below.
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