Taylor Swift Goes High Fashion for Reputation Magazine Covers

The collector's items will be exclusively sold at Target

By Zach Johnson Aug 25, 2017 1:20 PMTags
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Taylor Swift is about to become a publishing powerhouse.

In celebration of her new album Reputation, the "Look What You Made Me Do" singer has teamed up with Target to release two collector's edition magazines, which will be out Nov. 10.

The Reputation Vol. 1 cover was shot by Mert & Marcus and styled by Joseph Cassell; Swift hired hairstylist Paul Hanlon, makeup artist Isamaya Ffrench and manicurist Lorraine Griffin for the shoot. Reputation Vol. 2 was shot by Benny Horne and styled by Cassell, who put her in Marc Jacobs' $1,500 embellished camouflage-print, cotton-canvas jacket. For that cover, she retained hairstylist Jemma Muradian, makeup artist Lorrie Turk and manicurist Kimmie Kyees.

The magazines are now available for pre-order online. Each collectible edition will include 72 pages of artwork by Swift, behind-the-scene photos from the "Look What You Made Me Do" music video shoot, poetry and 20 personal photos, handwritten lyrics and an exclusive poster.

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Standard Reputation CDs at Target will include one of five double-sided exclusive posters.

Each edition of the magazine retails for $19.99.

"There will be no further explanation," she wrote on Instagram. "There will just be reputation."

Swift released Reputation's highly anticipated lead single, "Look What You Made Me Do," at midnight, and she previewed the music video on Good Morning America Friday. The full-length music video will premiere Sunday night during the 2017 MTV VMAs, which Katy Perry will host.