Swifties, rejoice! Taylor Swift has a new clothing line out — except it's only available in China. Your options now? Book a first-class flight overseas or covet from the comforts of your computer screen. Take your pick, but either way, T-Swizzle's threads are the definition of lust-worthy.
Hong Kong Fashion Week kicks off today, where Swift's collection made its adrenaline-pumping debut. The songtress joined forces with the Nashville-based company Heritage66 to launch an apparel line especially catered for the Chinese market. Counterfeit Taylor Swift merchandise and censorship troubles have been issues of the past, fueling the need for complete authenticity. After all, Swift commands a hefty following in China — Chinese fans christen her with the moniker Mei Mei — and the clothing line will satisfy the best of both worlds. Devotees will be able to rock Swift-approved gear and fight against fake products while Queen Tay continues her reign abroad.
Though Swift was not present for the show, the collection's unveiling went smooth sailing. The pieces are the epitome of sporty chic, featuring graphic tees, varsity-style frocks, and relaxed pants. According to WWD, models pranced around to a soundtrack of Swift classics — "Bad Blood" and "Shake It Off" to name a few. Naturally, their shoe game consisted of lace-up sneakers — this certainly wasn't the stiletto kind of runway.
No yuan? No problem. While the line is currently only available for Chinese shoppers on on TMall and JD.com, don't fret: You can browse Swift's collection right on the web. Athleisure has never looked better.
Time to say goodbye to tacky band shirts — these Swiftie tees are too good (and stylish) to pass up.
Concert attire gets an updated treatment with tie-waist detailing and bold graphics.
Tay clearly loves her crop tops and sleek pants. No wonder she whipped out the same combo for collection.
Flirty skirts and casual cool jackets also round out the line — the same kind of styles you'll see Swift sporting on stage.
Now, I just need an excuse (and the funds) to head to China... we all have to show our support to Taylor somehow.