the-costumes-for-taylor-swift’s-eras-tour-are-based-on-some-of-her-most-memorable-looks

Taylor Swift is currently in her era. On March 17, the singer kicked off her eagerly awaited Eras Tour in Glendale, Arizona. For her three-hour performance, the singer debuted a number of stunning outfits. Swift required costumes that would help her tell her story, as she had a large body of work to cover and 44 songs on the set list. She then commissioned Christian Louboutin, Versace, Roberto Cavalli, and Oscar de la Renta to create her unique footwear.

Swift’s costumes, according to Vogue, were created to update some of her most recognizable fashion statements. Using Taylor Swift’s second album, “Fearless,” as inspiration, stylist Joseph Cassell Falconer and designer Fausto Puglisi created a minidress dripping with dazzling gold fringe. He also produced.

To commemorate her “Reputation” era, he also designed a catsuit with snakes embroidered on it. According to Puglisi, “it’s more of a badass, rock and roll look.”

In addition, Swift debuted a sequin ballgown in honor of “Speak Now,” a glittering two-piece set evocative of her silver 2014 MTV Video Music Awards attire, and an iridescent bodysuit fully covered in crystals to commemorate her “Lover” era. Every song, regardless of the album, was enjoyed by the large audience of approximately 69,000 individuals that were present. Swift wore a stunning jewel-encrusted outfit on stage, but the focus was always on the song. When you design for a concert in a stadium with so many people, everything must be eye-catching, Puglisi told Vogue. “I always try to create couture for the music. Read