“Swift and Delevingne Flaunt Chic Mini Skirts in NYC After Revealing the Highly-Awaited ‘Taylor’s Version’ Recreated 1989 Album”

Taylor Swift was spotted exiting Electric Lady Studios in New York on Friday with model Cara Delevingne after revealing her plans for a new re-release album. The 33-year-old singer looked stunning in a pleated mini skirt in grey, paired with a one-shouldered bodysuit and fashionable knee-high leather boots. Her recent studio visits were reportedly tied to her ongoing “Taylor’s Version” re-recording project, which will feature her 2014 chart-topping album, 1989. As always, Taylor completed her look with her trademark red lipstick. Meanwhile, Cara opted for a stylish ensemble consisting of a semi-sheer black blouse with a fur-trimmed collar and jeans.

Coming soon: Taylor Swift, 33, put on a leggy display as she departed Electric Lady Studio in New York on Friday alongside pal Cara Delevingne, after announcing her next re-release album

On Friday, Taylor Swift, the famous pop star aged 33, was spotted leaving the Electric Lady Studio in New York with her friend Cara Delevingne, flaunting her long legs. Interestingly, this happened just after the announcement of her forthcoming album re-release.

Pals: She was joined by model Cara, 31, who wore a semi-sheer black blouse with a fur-trimmed collar and jeans

The renowned recording studio in Greenwich Village, originally built by Jimi Hendrix in 1968, recently saw the departure of celebrities such as model Cara and singer Sabrina Carpenter, who accompanied Hayley Williams, the lead singer of Paramore. Taylor Swift, a frequent visitor, has recorded several albums at the studio, including her latest release, Fearless (Taylor’s Version), which features previously unreleased tracks. Taylor has also announced that she will be re-releasing her 2014 album, 1989, with five new songs, which she calls her “most FAVORITE re-record.” During a recent concert in Los Angeles, Taylor excitedly shared with the crowd that the album is set to arrive in October. Her earlier collaboration with Hayley Williams on Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) sparked speculation about more new music from the duo.

At work: The singer wore a grey pleated mini skirt with a chic one-shouldered bodysuit with a pair of knee-high leather boots

During the performance, the singer wore a fashionable bodysuit with one shoulder and paired it with a pleated mini skirt in a lovely shade of grey. The ensemble was accessorized with some chic knee-high leather boots.

Exciting: 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

It’s really exciting news that Taylor Swift has been spotted spending time at the studio recently. Even more thrilling is the confirmation that she will be re-recording her hit album from 2014, 1989, as part of her ‘Taylor’s Version’ initiative.

Beaming: Paramore front-woman, Hayley Williams, 34, flashed a big smile as she left the recording studio alongside the pair

Hayley Williams, the frontwoman of Paramore, was spotted exiting the studio where she had been recording with a bright grin on her face. She was joined by two people during her departure.

Recording: 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

Hayley and Taylor have joined forces once again for the re-release of Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) and have collaborated on Castles Crumbling, a previously unreleased track. Their recent collaboration has fueled speculation that they could be working on a brand new song.

Collaboration? Sabrina Carpenter, 24, was also present for the recording session

Sabrina Carpenter, who is currently 24 years old, participated in the recording session to add her input to the joint project.

Stunning: The singer looked incredible in a strapless top with a plaid pleated skirt

Oh my goodness, the entertainer looked stunning in a strapless top and a pleated skirt with a charming plaid design.

Stylish: Cara topped her look off with a felt fedora hat

To elevate her look, Cara decided to accessorize her outfit with a felt fedora hat. Recently, Taylor took to Instagram to express her excitement about the surprise release of 1989 Taylor’s Version on October 27th. She shared how the album has had a significant impact on her life in so many ways. Fans have been eagerly anticipating this announcement for weeks, and Taylor has been teasing them with subtle hints during her current tour. SoFi stadium even posted suggestive photos beforehand, leading fans to speculate about the upcoming release. This re-recording project is a result of Taylor’s dispute with her former record label, Big Machine Records. Fearless (Taylor’s Version) and Red (Taylor’s Version) have already been released, with Speak Now scheduled for release in July.

Surprise! Taylor announced her next re-release album will be 1989 during a Los Angeles gig last month, revealing that the re-record will arrive in October and feature five new tracks

Have you heard the latest buzz about Taylor Swift? Well, she has just made a big announcement during her recent concert in Los Angeles. The popstar revealed that her next re-released album will be none other than her iconic 1989 record. It’s set to come out in October and fans are in for a treat because it will include five new tracks that are sure to be a hit.

New songs: Unveiling the album cover on her Instagram, Taylor gushed that it is 'my most FAVORITE re-record I've ever done because the 5 From The Vault tracks are so insane'

Recently, Taylor Swift took to Instagram to share the album cover of her upcoming collection and expressed her excitement for it. She said that this re-record was her favorite one so far, mainly because of the five tracks that were previously unreleased. In 2019, Taylor Swift said on Tumblr that Scooter Braun, who she called a “bully,” had acquired her former record label, Big Machine Records. The deal included the master recordings of all six of her albums, and she stated that she was never given the opportunity to purchase them herself. CEO Scott Borchetta from Big Machine Label Group has allegedly bullied her for years.

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