British Vogue has revealed its first cover of the new year, featuring none other than Taylor Swift.

The singer will be featured in a twelve-page spread, titled "TAYLOR REMADE." This will be the second cover story for the mag's new Editor in Chief, Edward Enninful, after he took the reigns from Alexandra Shulman for the Dec. 2017 issue -- which featured Adwoa Aboah as its cover star. 

The editorial will echo a similar sentiment to much of Swift's Reputation art, since photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott shot both sets of visuals. On the cover, Swift is shown in an embellished red dress by YSL that screams fashion-over-function, swapping her classic red lip for a deep purple tone. 

Swift thanked the editor -- who referred to her as "indomitable" upon revealing the cover -- as well as both photographers, in an Instagram post early Monday (Dec. 4). "Thank you @edward_enninful and @mertalas for your passion, spirit, and contagious laughter on set," Swift noted. "Mert and Marcus took these photos for @britishvogue and my album photos for reputation, and it’s been such a bonding experience working together so closely and talking so much about what we wanted to make. It’s been a while since I’ve done a magazine cover. I’m really happy my first one back was with such wonderful people. #newvogue."

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