The “woman within the gown” is again in one in every of her favourite designers.
Taylor Swift launched “Converse Now (Taylor’s Model),” the re-recording of her 2010 third studio album, on Friday — and snuck one in every of her signature Easter eggs into the up to date LP’s art work by posing in a lilac look by Reem Acra, the identical label behind the long-lasting purple gown seen on the unique “Converse Now” cowl.
The Lebanon-born designer, who’s additionally dressed celebrities like Olivia Wilde, Jennifer Lopez and Kate Hudson, tells Web page Six Model that each style moments got here as full surprises, as she had “no concept” Swift planning to put on her work.
“I found it on the time of the [album’s] launch,” Acra recollects of the “Sparks Fly” singer choosing a strapless violet ballgown from her spring 2007 assortment for her preliminary “Converse Now” shoot.
Greater than a decade later, she was simply as “fortunately stunned” to see the singer put on one other of her designs — this time a pastel pleated tulle creation with a gently embellished bodice — on the again cowl of her re-recorded model and all through the album artwork.
“I was thrilled to say the least,” Acra says. “It’s a huge honor to see her in my creation 13 years later.”
Added the designer, “I love that she picked this gown particularly — it is vitally dreamy and fashionable on the identical time.”
Swift and her stylist, Joseph Cassell, have opted for Reem Acra designs on various different events through the years.
At a 2013 Kensington Palace gala, the songstress carried out for company together with Prince William carrying an angelic off-the-shoulder robe with glowing embroidery that match proper in with the evening’s Winter Whites theme.
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She additionally accepted the Milestone Award on the the 2015 ACM Awards in an ice blue gown with facet cutouts, refined shimmer and a thigh-high slit.
And quite appropriately, Swift even wore a strapless wedding ceremony robe from Reem Acra’s bridal assortment in her music video for “Converse Now” lead single “Mine” in 2010.
“I’m grateful,” Acra says of the star’s continued assist of her work. “Taylor is aware of what she likes and what she desires.”