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Taylor Swift showed off her street style in LA on Saturday.
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Taylor Swift showed off her street style in LA on Saturday.

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Taylor Swift
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Taylor Swift's look was totally on point for Fall, mostly because of her checked Topshop cape that rings in at just $68!

Taylor Swift 1989 Deluxe Edition ($16)
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Taylor Swift 1989 Deluxe Edition ($16)

"1" and "3" Lulu Frost Plaza Number Necklaces ($300 each)
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"1" and "3" Lulu Frost Plaza Number Necklaces ($300 each)

NARS Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Dragon Girl ($25)
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NARS Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Dragon Girl ($25)

This Sick Beat Shirt ($35)
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This Sick Beat Shirt ($35)

Shake It Off Tank ($30)
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Shake It Off Tank ($30)

Love Love Love Christmas Stocking ($13)
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Love Love Love Christmas Stocking ($13)

T.S. 1989 Nine Photos ($15)
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T.S. 1989 Nine Photos ($15)

Taylor Swift Watercolor Vogue Print ($16)
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Taylor Swift Watercolor Vogue Print ($16)

Valentine's Day DVD ($5)
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Valentine's Day DVD ($5)

No It's Becky Shirt ($20)
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No It's Becky Shirt ($20)

Taylor Swift 2015 Wall Calendar ($15)
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Taylor Swift 2015 Wall Calendar ($15)

"New Romantics" Lyrics Print ($19)
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"New Romantics" Lyrics Print ($19)

Taylor Swift Eau de Parfum Spray ($60)
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Taylor Swift Eau de Parfum Spray ($60)

Taylor Swift was bundled up in NYC on Friday.
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Taylor Swift was bundled up in NYC on Friday.

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Taylor Swift's Pop-Music Inception
Taylor Swift's Pop-Music Inception
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Taylor Swift made her official departure from country music when she dropped her album 1989 in October. The beats were inspired by late-'80s pop synth, and in true Taylor form, the lyrics were inspired by past relationships, both romantic and platonic; she sings about her former boyfriend Harry Styles on multiple tracks, and the song "Bad Blood" is rumored to be about a feud with Katy Perry. With hits like "Shake It Off," "Out of the Woods," and "Blank Space," Taylor has been gaining new fans left and right.

Kate Upton, Amanda Seyfried, and Brittany Mack
Kate Upton, Amanda Seyfried, and Brittany Mack
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It was the actress, model, and singer's love of the game that brought them together, but something tells us this is not the last we'll see of this fashionable group. Along with Taylor's childhood friend Brittany, they make a case for blondes having more fun!


On Spotify: "With Beats Music and Rhapsody you have to pay for a premium package in order to access my albums. And that places a perception of value on what I’ve created. On Spotify, they don’t have any settings or any kind of qualifications for who gets what music. I think that people should feel that there is a value to what musicians have created, and that’s that."
On the lack of female role models in music: "We're taught to find examples for the way we want our lives to wind up. But I can't find anyone, really, who's had the same career trajectory as mine. So when I'm in an optimistic place I hope that my life won't match anyone else's life trajectory, either, going forward . . .  I just struggle to find a woman in music who hasn't been completely picked apart by the media, or scrutinized and criticized for aging, or criticized for fighting aging — it just seems to be much more difficult to be a woman in music and to grow older. I just really hope that I will choose to do it as gracefully as possible."
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  • On Spotify: "With Beats Music and Rhapsody you have to pay for a premium package in order to access my albums. And that places a perception of value on what I’ve created. On Spotify, they don’t have any settings or any kind of qualifications for who gets what music. I think that people should feel that there is a value to what musicians have created, and that’s that."
  • On the lack of female role models in music: "We're taught to find examples for the way we want our lives to wind up. But I can't find anyone, really, who's had the same career trajectory as mine. So when I'm in an optimistic place I hope that my life won't match anyone else's life trajectory, either, going forward . . . I just struggle to find a woman in music who hasn't been completely picked apart by the media, or scrutinized and criticized for aging, or criticized for fighting aging — it just seems to be much more difficult to be a woman in music and to grow older. I just really hope that I will choose to do it as gracefully as possible."

On Amar'e Stoudemire and her love for the New York Knicks: "I've always had this sort of love of the Knicks, just because Amar'e is so cool. And also I performed at the Knicks' — at Madison Square Garden's — Kids Talent Competition at halftime when I was 12 or 13. And ever since then I've had this kind of sparkly, magical opinion of Madison Square Garden and the Knicks, since they let me sing when I was a little kid."
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  • On Amar'e Stoudemire and her love for the New York Knicks: "I've always had this sort of love of the Knicks, just because Amar'e is so cool. And also I performed at the Knicks' — at Madison Square Garden's — Kids Talent Competition at halftime when I was 12 or 13. And ever since then I've had this kind of sparkly, magical opinion of Madison Square Garden and the Knicks, since they let me sing when I was a little kid."

On her image: "I'm sure there will be things that my grandkids make fun of me for no matter what, but I'd really rather it be, 'Look how awkward your dancing was in the "Shake It Off" video! You look so weird, Grandma!' rather than 'Grandma, is that your nipple?'" 
On other women's success: "If we continue to show young girls that they are being compared to other girls, we're doing ourselves a huge disservice as a society. I surround myself with smart, beautiful, passionate, driven, ambitious women. Other women who are killing it should motivate you, thrill you, challenge you and inspire you rather than threaten you and make you feel like you're immediately being compared to them."
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  • On her image: "I'm sure there will be things that my grandkids make fun of me for no matter what, but I'd really rather it be, 'Look how awkward your dancing was in the "Shake It Off" video! You look so weird, Grandma!' rather than 'Grandma, is that your nipple?'"
  • On other women's success: "If we continue to show young girls that they are being compared to other girls, we're doing ourselves a huge disservice as a society. I surround myself with smart, beautiful, passionate, driven, ambitious women. Other women who are killing it should motivate you, thrill you, challenge you and inspire you rather than threaten you and make you feel like you're immediately being compared to them."
Taylor Swift and Lily Aldridge strutted down the catwalk together in 2013.
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Taylor Swift and Lily Aldridge strutted down the catwalk together in 2013.

Taylor Swift performed two of her hits for the audience in two different ensembles during the 2013 show.
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Taylor Swift performed two of her hits for the audience in two different ensembles during the 2013 show.

Taylor Swift
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Our mouths sort of dropped (in a good way!) when we saw Taylor Swift take the red carpet at this year's VMAs. Her tiny Mary Katrantzou romper was not at all what we expected from the retro-prep star. And if you didn't think she was leggy enough, her oxblood Elie Saab pumps gave her even more of a boost.

The Makeup
The Makeup
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To achieve that bronzed glow, Leanord used Tom Ford Shine & Illuminate ($77) on the cheekbones. Those bold brows that even Cara Delevingne would envy were drawn on using the Suqqu Eyebrow Palette ($66).

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