Swift and McCartney partnered on a collection inspired by the upcoming release. And the Lover lookbook reveals there will be plenty of pastel-colored merchandise and accessories to go around.
The line includes hoodies decorated with hearts, tons of rainbow-hued shirts, and hats and totes that fit in with the dreamy tones that Swift has used for her Lover videos so far. It also gives eager Swifties a few more clues about what some of the unreleased songs might sound like: One sweater reads, "Summer's a knife," and another item has "Like a Tennessee Stella McCartney" on it. Her new cat, Benjamin Button, even makes an appearance.
Apparently, the idea for this collaboration started when Swift began spending time in London, where her boyfriend Joe Alwyn lives.
“When I started spending more time in London, Stella and I would go on walks, have cocktails, and talk about life. So when it came time to write this album, I name-checked her in one of my songs, and when I played her the album, I said, ‘Should we do something?’” Swift told Vogue. She wore a Stella McCartney dress to the 2019 BAFTAs after parties—before their collaboration was officially announced.
McCartney jumped on the chance to work with Swift and said she was immediately in after getting an advance listen of Lover. “I couldn't believe that my name is in a Taylor Swift song (what?!?) and after Taylor played me the entire album it gave me such incredible inspiration for the collaboration and it really revolved around the music," the designer told Vogue. "When Taylor asked me, or even thought to come and do this with me, what I love is how we really complement each other in what we generate creatively together.”
Naturally, Swifties got insanely excited and are already planning to get their hands on every item possible.
The collection will be available for purchase at a New York City pop-up shop that'll go from August 23 through 25. Two of the pieces, a $1,995 bomber jacket and a $795 handbag, will also be available at Stella McCartney’s London and New York City stores, according to People.
Originally Appeared on Glamour