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Taylor Swift Debuted 10 New Looks for the European Leg of the 'Eras' Tour

Taylor Swift‘s “Eras” tour is back and bigger than ever, kicking off the European leg in Paris on Thursday night. 

The concert marked Swift’s first live performance since the release of her latest album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” which added 31 songs to her potential repertoire. While fans assumed that would mean several changes to the “Eras” setlist, they didn’t necessarily expect newness when it came to her on-stage looks.

Swift kept the show’s opening, focusing on the “Lover” era, the same, but introduced a fifth version of her fully sequined and beaded Versace bodysuit that goes with the set. The latest version features a fiery orange and deep purple gradient effect, and she paired it with new Christian Louboutin knee-high boots in the same warm tones. For “The Man,” she covered it up in a tangerine-colored sparkling blazer, also by Versace.

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As she moved onto the “Fearless” section, Swift hung up her Roberto Cavalli looks, swapping them for a Naeem Khan bead fringe mini dress from the brand’s Resort 2024 collection. Though Cavalli designed the 2009 dress that Swift is referencing, fans online are in overwhelming agreement that this Naeem Khan rendition is far more similar to her original tour outfit, making it an instant favorite. The performer also wore new custom Christian Louboutin Cate boots in black to match.

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Photo: Kevin Mazur/TAS24/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management

For the “Red” set, Swift wore her usual Ashish white sequined T-shirt — this time, though, it had a new phrase printed across it: “This is not Taylor’s Version.” This isn’t a direct reference to a lyric, like her previous “Red” era shirts, which, as you can imagine, has left fans attempting to decode the phrase for any Easter eggs.

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Swift sadly cut the “Speak Now” portion of the show down to one song, but, as a consolation, pulled out a new gown out to share with the audience: a faded lilac number with a ribbon pattern of gold sequins and rhinestones wrapping around its entirety — another direct reference to a former look, this time from the 2011 “Speak Now” tour.

After keeping her “Reputation” catsuit the same (it’s the only costume she’s worn for every show), Swift transitioned into the newly-combined “Folklore” and “Evermore” set in a bright yellow version of her typical Alberta Ferretti gown.

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Then, for “1989,” she debuted a totally new costume: Instead of the previously-seen Roberto Cavalli matching fringe bra and mini skirt, Swift wore an ombré hot-pink halterneck bra and gradient turquoise skater skirt, accessorized with mismatched pink and blue ankle boots by Christian Louboutin. (The skater skirt was a staple in her closet circa 2014, when the album came out.)

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The most exciting — and anticipated — moment of the night was the reveal of “The Tortured Poets Department” set, which included seven songs and, of course, some new outfits. This time, Swift and stylist Joseph Cassell called upon Vivienne Westwood to dress the era; the brand created multiple pieces, including a white corseted high-low gown (similar to the one in her “Fortnight” music video) and a military jacket fit for a leader. As for accessories, she wore a three-row choker with Westwood’s signature orb logo and white ankle boots by Christian Louboutin.

Photo: Kevin Mazur/TAS24/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management

Photo: Kevin Mazur/TAS24/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management

To close out the set, Swift changed into a glittering black bra top and briefs, paired with a metallic gold tailcoat.

Then came the two surprise songs, for which she wore a new Barbie pink flowy dress. Finally, she closed out the show in her “Midnights” era.

Photo: Kevin Mazur/TAS24/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management

Photo: Kevin Mazur/TAS24/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management

Swift updated that bodysuit, too — the new version boasts a halter neckline and beaded fringe at her hips.

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Source: Fashionista.com

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