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Taylor is gracing the cover of the May issue of Vogue! Taylor has debuted bleached blonde hair for this photoshoot. Take a look at the photos in our gallery and read the full cover story below!
Pop queen, power broker, hater vanquisher—Taylor Swift’s star has never been brighter. On a trip to her childhood home, she wonders: What (on earth) will she do next?
BY NOW YOU KNOW that the past few years have been extraordinary ones in the life of Taylor Swift. Even if you have only casual knowledge of Swift’s music—there may be six or seven souls left on the planet who can’t sing all the words to “Shake It Off”—you’re aware that Swift has become not only one of the most successful recording artists ever, but also an unrivaled power broker who has prevailed in a volatile media economy and brought today’s music overlords to heel. Swift’s 2015 stare-down of Apple—she declined to put her hit album 1989 on Apple’s nascent streaming-music service when the company said it would not pay artists during its initial launch; Apple changed its policy immediately and paid everyone—was a seismic example of a single artist’s toppling corporate might. At 26, Swift is world famous, wealthy, critically celebrated, a style influencer, and a cultural movement unto herself, recognizable everywhere she goes. She also has two awesome cats.
GQ magazine have released Taylor’s full interview and photo spread from her November cover story! You can take a look at all of the stunning photos in the gallery and read the insightful interview below.
Taylor Swift’s Realest Interview Ever
Weren’t we told they don’t make pop stars this big anymore? Nobody bothered to tell Taylor Swift. Chuck Klosterman interrogates the most popular human alive
“That’s a pap,” she says as we leave the restaurant, pointing toward an anonymous gray car that looks like the floor model in an auto dealership specializing in anonymous gray cars. Her security detail suggests that it’s probably not a paparazzo because there’s no way a paparazzo could find us at such an unglamorous, unassuming establishment. But as with seemingly every other inference she has ever made, Taylor Swift is ultimately proven right. The guy in the gray car is taking her picture. This annoys her, but just barely.
It’s August in Southern California. We crawl into the back of a massive Toyota and start driving to Swift’s West Coast residence, located in a rural enclave of Beverly Hills. The gray car trails us through Franklin Canyon. Swift whips out her phone and starts showing me images from the video shoot for “Wildest Dreams,” including a clip of a giraffe licking her face. She has more photos on her phone than any person I’ve ever met.
Taylor is featured on the November issue of Vogue Australia! Two photos from the photo shoot have been released as well as an excerpt from the interview which you can read below. Be sure to pick up your copy starting October 19th to read the full interview!
Taylor Swift covers Vogue Australia’s November 2015 issue wearing a Schiaparelli haute couture dress.
Swift was photographed by Emma Summerton and styled by our fashion director Christine Centenera.
As Swift prepares to bring her 1989 World Tour to Australia, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ are giving Vogue Australia readers the chance to attend her Sydney concert in the VIP Vogue suite with our Golden Ticket competition. Inside every November 2015 issue, you will find a golden ticket with a code. Register the code online for your chance to win one of 20 double passes. Stay tuned for more details on the competition on Vogue.com.au.
The November 2015 issue goes on sale Monday October 19.
Taylor is on the cover of NME magazine! Taylor reveals how calling her mom keeps her grounded in the face of global news coverage and scrutiny. She also touches on her reconciliation with Nicki Minaj, and the importance of direct communication by text or phone call. The issue will be on newsstands in the UK starting October 9th.
Taylor Swift’s dressing room smells like Madonna. It’s thanks to a scented candle presented by the old queen of pop to the new, after Swift commented on the aroma of Madge’s own chambers. “But hers has a hint of eucalyptus mist, too,” says Taylor. “I don’t have the wherewithal to work a steamer – it seems very complex.”
As we speak, a display of alien-looking purple flowers arrives from Mary J Blige. Also delivered this morning was a presentation box of M&M’s imprinted with the images of Swift’s two cats. “I am freaking out about them,” she says, zipping across the room. “I sent pictures to all my friends.” She plops back down on the sofa. “So… that’s my dressing room vibe!”
We’re backstage at the 1989 Tour, the blockbuster arena spectacular in support of Swift’s world-beating album of the same name. This is the fourth of an unprecedented five sold-out nights at LA’s Staples Center, and Swift is loving every minute. “I was thinking about this yesterday and it hit me: I don’t want this tour to end. Ever,” she says. “And that’s never happened to me before.”
Taylor is the new spokesperson for the EOS beauty products brand in China! More information for this upcoming campaign will be released soon but for now check out some of the ads which were released below!
Taylor is on the cover of the September issue of Vanity Fair! She looks stunning in the new photo shoot shot by the legendary Mario Testino. In the editorial, she speaks about her friend group, and the letter she wrote to Apple amongst other things. Make sure to look at the photos from the issue in the gallery and watch a behind the scenes video below!
Taylor Swift’s recent missive to Apple—the one that caused the tech behemoth to reverse course, once again demonstrating her world-beating pop power—came after some late-night soul searching, the singer tells Vanity Fair writer Josh Duboff, in the magazine’s September cover story.
“I wrote the letter at around four A.M.,” Swift says. “The contracts had just gone out to my friends, and one of them sent me a screenshot of one of them. I read the term ‘zero percent compensation to rights holders.’ Sometimes I’ll wake up in the middle of the night and I’ll write a song and I can’t sleep until I finish it, and it was like that with the letter.”
After receiving criticism for a Wall Street Journal op-ed Swift wrote last summer, about Spotify’s free-streaming service, Swift says she worried “people would say, ‘Why won’t she shut up about this?’. . . My fears were that I would be looked at as someone who just whines and rants about this thing that no one else is really ranting about.”