Taylor Swift Covers The 75th Anniversary Issue Of ‘Glamour’ Magazine

Feb 4th, 2014 // 1 Comment
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Who better to cover the 75th anniversary issue of Glamour magazine than fashion plate Taylor Swift? The country-pop superstar wears a suitably stylish red (or is that blood orange?) dress for the occasion and poses up a storm. In the accompanying photo shoot, she opts for a more casual look — rocking bohemian skirts and dresses.

As for the interview? Taylor opens up about her reaction to bad press, admitting that she has thin skin. “I’m careful about getting sucked into the rabbit hole that is the Internet because, as a songwriter, I don’t have the option of having thick skin,” she explains. “As a writer you have to be open to everything, and that includes pain, rejection, self-doubt, fear.” See more pics from Tay Tay’s Glamour spread after the jump.

Is this a good look for Taylor? Let us know in the comments below.

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  1. Greg

    As much as I love to hate Taylor Swift, I have to admit, I love her. Here’s a beautiful girl that can make her millions with relatable tunes, and very little skin. She dates, in a serial matter (Let’s be honest), but she draws on her experiences both bad and good, and gives a little bit of, let’s say, “Magic” in everyday lessons for her young fans.

    In a world of Miley’s, Katy’s, Ke$ha’s, Rihanna’s, GaGa’s, and even (as much as it pains me to admit it) Britney’s, it’s just nice to see someone that is genuine in her work, and doesn’t apologize for it.

    Dear Katy,
    Why must you go around interviewing on how you’re so over women using sexuality to sell music, yet take to the Grammys stage to pole dance? Maybe you could pick up your guitar and write some simple songs like Ms. Swift here?

    Dear Miley,
    Okay… I can’t. Just stop what you’re doing.

    Dear Brit,
    You know what, you go mama. ‘BJ’ was horrendous…. but seeing as you don’t care enough to fix it or promote it, i’m over it too! See ya in Vegas…. IDC about the lip-syncing or lack of chore…. I’M IN.

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