This summer, the Victoria & Albert Museum in Kensington, London, will be exhibiting the exhibition Taylor Swift | Songbook Trailwhich will show the career of the American singer through objects such as dresses and accessories used by her from the beginning of her career to the present.

In this experience, which will be exhibited in the museum’s permanent galleries, travelers will be able to immerse themselves in Taylor’s creative world, exploring sixteen iconic looks worn by her.

The tour not only marks the success of Taylor Swift’s UK tour, but also celebrates the creativity of her outfits, lyrics and music videos, highlighting the global phenomenon she represents. With thirteen stops along the tour, each will showcase a different chapter of Taylor’s songbook, highlighting a particular era of her music and prolific songwriting.

Among the outfits and accessories on display, borrowed from Taylor’s personal archive, are everything from the custom cowboy boots she wore during her initial success as a country singer in 2007, to the black, ruffled-shoulder dress she wore in the most recent music video for her single Fortnight.

Visitors will have the opportunity to see these iconic outfits alongside instruments, music awards, storyboards and previously unseen archives that explore the artist’s childhood and legacy. This exhibition will provide an insider’s look into Taylor’s personal and creative world, celebrating her groundbreaking impact on the world stage and on Swifties.

Taylor Swift | Songbook Trail will be open to the public from 27 July to 8 September 2024 in the permanent galleries of the V&A South Kensington.

The museum can be visited every day from 10:00 to 17:45, on Fridays from 10:00 to 22:00; admission is free. If you want to know more details about the exhibition, visit the official page of the Victoria and Albert South Kensington.


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