Taylor Swift wears a leggy mini skirt as she leaves NYC studio alongside Cara Delevingne after announcing latest ‘Taylor’s Version’ re-record of 1989
Taylor Swift put on a leggy display as she departed Electric Lady Studios in New York on Friday alongside Cara Delevingne, after announcing her next re-release album.
The singer, 33, wore a grey pleated mini skirt with a chic one-shouldered bodysuit with a pair of knee-high leather boots.
She has been spotted at the studio over the past week and recently revealed her latest ‘Taylor’s Version’ re-record will be her 2014 hit, 1989.
Taylor, who is currently on a break from her Era’s Tour, topped her look off with a slick of signature red lipstick.
She was joined by model Cara, 31, who wore a semi-sheer black blouse with a fur-trimmed collar and jeans.
Paramore front-woman, Hayley Williams, 34, flashed a big smile as she left the studio alongside the pair, while singer Sabrina Carpenter, 24, was also present.
The Greenwich Village studio, commissioned by Jimi Hendrix in 1968, is the cities oldest working recording studio.
Taylor has previously recorded her albums; Lover, Folklore and Midnights at Electric Lady as well as the re-recordings of Speak Now, Red and Fearless.
Earlier this year, Hayley and Taylor collaborated on Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) on the previously unreleased track Castles Crumbling – with this week’s sighting hinting at a possible new song from the duo.
Taylor announced her next re-release album will be her hit 2014 record 1989 during a Los Angeles gig last month, revealing that the re-record will arrive in October and feature five new tracks.
Unveiling the album cover on her Instagram page after the show, Taylor gushed that it is ‘my most FAVORITE re-record I’ve ever done because the 5 From The Vault tracks are so insane. I can’t believe they were ever left behind.’
The 2014 album, which originally featured 13 songs on the standard version and 16 songs on the deluxe edition, includes her hit singles Shake It Off and Blank Space among others.
Taylor’s news was met with huge excitement inside the SoFi stadium in California as she teased: ‘So here we are on the last night of the US leg of the Eras tour on the eighth month of the year, on the ninth day,’ before telling the crowd she had been ‘planning this for a long time.’
Writing on Instagram, Taylor gushed: ‘Surprise!! 1989 Taylor’s Version is on its way to you. The 1989 album changed my life in countless ways, and it fills me with such excitement to announce that my version of it will be out October 27th.
The Taylor’s Version of 1989 has been rumoured by fans for weeks, with the star dropping Easter Eggs for Swifties during her current world tour.
Ahead of her LA run of gigs, SoFi stadium posted four telling photos with clues pointing to the 1989 album.
She has so far released Fearless (Taylor’s Version) Red (Taylor’s Version) before Speak Now in July.
Back in 2019 Taylor took to her Tumblr to reveal ‘bully’ Scooter Braun – who is the manager of Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande and many more – acquired the label she was previously at – Big Machine Records.
His company Ithaca Holdings LLC bought Big Machine Label Group for a reported $300 million.
The deal included the master recordings of all six of her albums – all of her previous music and her legacy.
On her Tumblr post, Taylor slammed Scooter as well as Big Machine Label Group CEO Scott Borchetta and revealed she was not offered the opportunity to buy her own masters and that the former bullied her for years.