Taylor Swift's 'Delicate' Music Video Accused Of Copying Kenzo World Ad

Lawrence Kim
March 13, 2018

Taylor Swift has been accused of lifting elements from director Spike Jonze's 2016 Kenzo perfume commercial for her new music video.

The video shows off the very best of Swift and what endears her to her legions of fans - the ideal of a goofy and real person that always manages to fight its way up through her veneer of celebrity.

Taylor hasn't been in the public eye quite so much over the past year: she's been off keeping herself to herself, and being who she wants to be, just like she is in the video. She's getting ready for her latest tour, which kicks off May 8 in Arizona with openers Camila Cabello and Charli XCX.

At one point she also dances in front of a deli called Joe's Deli - which, interestingly enough, doesn't exist in the area of Los Angeles where the video was shot, nor anywhere close to the Golden Gopher, the dive bar she ends up in at the end, leading many to believe that this was created specifically as a clue.

And when we see Taylor dancing on top of the desks in the hotel, if you look carefully at the concierge's tablets you'll see that they read the feline hotel name; "Hotel Delicat". According to her, it suffered for more than 18 months.

In this video, it is shown that Taylor Swift at some industry event faking a smile for all the paparazzi on the red carpet where a mysterious piece of sparkling paper has been handed over to her. And then she started making amusing faces in front of the mirror as if no one is watching. When she realizes her new invisibility, Swift begins to break out into silly dance moves.

So, this new music video clearly describes why Taylor Swift has gone underground for last few months and avoided media attention.

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