By Carlyn Soo

Taylor Swift Brings Her ‘Eras Tour’ To Europe—With Dazzling New Outfits 

The ‘The Tortured Poets Department’ singer takes on Europe with style, showcasing new outfits from Versace, Vivienne Westwood and more
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Following a two-month break, The Eras Tour is back better than ever. Taylor Swift officially kicked off the European leg of her sixth concert tour at the Paris La Defense Arena last Thursday—with several incredible changes made to the show. This marks Swift’s first show after the release of her eleventh studio album, The Tortured Poets Department. With the arrival of a new era, the pop star added a new segment to the show with seven new songs and two completely new custom looks from Vivienne Westwood. Aside from that, every Taylor Swift era also underwent a wardrobe transformation, except for Reputation.

Below, see all the stunning new outfits that has debuted at The Eras Tour in Europe so far.

‘Lover’ In Versace

For the show’s opening, Swift lit up the arena in a custom Versace bodysuit covered in iridescent fiery red jewels. Later, the pop star threw on an orange bejewelled double-breasted blazer for the performance of The Man. Both looks were completed with a dazzling pair of knee high boots from Christian Louboutin with a stunning ombre effect. While her previous blue and pink bodysuit reminds us of the pastel sky backdrop of Swift’s Lover album, this new attire brings to mind the radiance of a blazing sun.

‘Fearless’ In Naeem Khan

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Swift continued to shine on the set of Fearless, donning a black bodysuit with silver, gold and black metallic fringe, reminiscent of the fringe dress the singer once sported on her Fearless tour back in 2009 and 2010. For shoes, she opted for another pair of Christian Louboutin knee-high boots embellished with black sequins.

Red In Ashish Gupta

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During her performance of 22, Swift continued the tradition of gifting one lucky fan her black fedora hat. She also sported another white tee by Ashish Gupta featuring a new message: ”This Is Not Taylor’s Version“, which is likely a jab to those who still listen to the stolen version of her songs.

1989 In Roberto Cavalli

For her 1989 set, Swift debuted not just one but four new matching sets by Roberto Cavalli. She donned a sequinned bustier top and ombre skater skirt in vibrant colour combinations of yellow and orange, green and pink, orange and purple and pink and blue. Many fans were quick to point out that the yellow and orange set coincided with the colours of the Kansas City Chiefs, the football team of Swift’s boyfriend, Travis Kelce.

The Tortured Poets Department In Vivienne Westwood

The Tortured Poets Department’s aesthetic is defined by monochromatic colours and gothic elements which are reflected in these two custom looks by Vivienne Westwood. In her first look, Swift graced the stage in a corseted gown inscribed with lyrics from her latest single, Fortnight complemented by sleek white ankle boots from Christian Louboutin. She transitioned seamlessly into her performance of The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived by layering a white military-inspired jacket with tassled epaulettes on top of her gown. In her second look, she sported a silver crystal embellished gunmetal bustier and a matching high-waisted shorts. She completed the look with a metallic tailcoat and three-row orb choker in black agate.

Midnights In Zuhair Murad

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Swift stunned the crowd in another midnight blue bodysuit by Zuhair Murad. The new design showcases a halter neckline, fringe detailing and side cut-outs. She wore the seductive ensemble with a matching thigh garter and blue sparkly knee-high boots.

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