Taylor Swift goes under the radar in an all-blue ensemble and sunglasses while stepping out in New York City
The 33-year-old hitmaker looked cool but casual in an all-blue ensemble that put the spotlight on her long, toned legs.
She was seen making her way through the crowded city street before climbing into a black SUV waiting for her.
Taylor was seen heading to her recording studio in the Big Apple just a day earlier, even as her former fling, The 1975 frontman Matty Healy, was seen showering his new girlfriend with copious hugs and kisses.
Taylor emphasized her slim figure during her outing with a navy blue polo shirt with a crimson embroidered logo over the chest and white trip on the collar.
She complemented it with a pair of dark denim shorts showcasing her towering 5ft11in stature.
The All Too Much singer contrasted the dark items with a pair of pale yellow athletic shoes, and she looked as if she had stepped out of a primary colors–bathed 1960s-era Jean-Luc Godard film by adding a slim red handbag to her look.
Taylor’s luscious blond hair was styled down in thick waves cascading over her shoulders, and she sported stylish bangs that nearly covered up her round-frame black sunglasses.
Her face was impeccably made up as usual, with a splash of crimson over her plump pout.
She didn’t look particularly concerned after her rocker Matty had been seen showing off plenty of PDA with the tattooed model Gabbriette Bechtel while they were also out in New York City on Tuesday — just blocks away from the recording studio she went to.
Taylor and Matty head been friends and mutual admirers going back to 2014, and he indicated their working relationship had further developed in late 2022 when he revealed that he had done work on a Midnights track that ultimately went unreleased.
But the two appeared to develop a romantic collaboration later in 2023 — following her split from boyfriend Joe Alwyn — when Matty was seen attending several of her concerts for her successful Eras Tour.
In May, the two were spotted holding hands, but buzz about their apparent romance turned sour after her fans revisited seemingly offensive remarks he had made in the past.
The apparently casual romance fizzled out by June when they were said to have broken up.
Jut days before Taylor was spotted in New York, another apparent friend — Olivia Rodrigo — gave a half-hearted denial after fans thought her song Vampire referenced her rumored feud with Taylor.
When she was asked about the rumors by The Guardian, the singer initially responded, ‘How do I answer this?’ and continued, ‘I mean, I never want to say who any of my songs are about.’
She added, ‘I’ve never done that before in my career and probably won’t. I think it’s better to not pigeonhole a song to being about this one thing. I was very surprised when people thought that.’
However, the answer notably lacked any explicit denial that Taylor was the subject of Vampire.
Fans of the two singers have speculated that they may have had a falling out after Olivia was forced to credit Taylor as a songwriter on Deja Vu and to therefore give her royalties after appearing to lift a melody from her song Cruel Summer.
Rodrigo previously credited Swift on another song on her debut album for interpolating one of her melodies, and she did the same with Paramore on a third song, though it’s unclear if she always intended to credit the other artists or was forced to after the fact to avoid legal issues.
After selling out stadiums across the US — with plans for major international tour stops upcoming — Taylor will soon be selling out cinemas as well.
The singer announced recently that she will be putting out a concert film shot on her ongoing tour, and now several exhibition sources have told The Hollywood Reporter that they believe her film could be a major hit at a time when cinemas and multiplexes are desperate to get people to return.
According to the sources, her film could gross over $100 million from its US and Canada screenings, which will begin on October 13 and last for several weeks at least.
They wouldn’t even rule out the Shake It Off singer grossing over $150 million in North America, based on the outstanding interest and impressive presales.
Theater owners are likely breathing a sigh of relief as prolonged intransigence from the AMPTP, which represents major studios and streamers, has delayed new contract negotiations with both the WGA and SAG-AFTRA unions, which represent writers and actors, respectively.
The unions are fighting for better compensation, as well as to prevent studios from replacing writers or actors with AI and to force them to reveal their streaming numbers in order to craft a more equitable system for awarding residuals.
The Taylor Swift doc is being distributed by the AMC theater chain, even though it will presumably be available at all theaters, marking a major feather in the cap of the chain, which has struggled in recent years.