Is Taylor Swift's "cardigan" about ex Harry Styles?

Lawrence Kim
August 1, 2020

"Rasool shared photographs about Twitter and Instagram that revealed cardigans and sweatshirts using the phrases" The Folklore Album" available on Swift's site.

Last week, Taylor surprised fans with from her surprise album, folklore, which dropped just last week.

Swift is now selling sweatshirts, t-shirts, and cardigans with that name and logo, all to promote her new album that she released last week. "I am sharing my story to bring light to the trend of large companies/celebrities copying the work of small minority-owned business owners", she added on Instagram.

After the changes were made by Swift's team, Rasool issued a statement to In Style stating, "My lawyer Eric Ball at Fenwick & West has been in contact with Taylor's manager Jay Schaudies since mid-day yesterday after they received our letter expressing concern over the merchandise on Taylor's website". "So i see i went viral while i didn't have my phone [crying face emoji]", she tweeted. Later, Rasool publicly thanked Swift for her reaction. She said, "I commend Taylor's team for recognizing the damage the merchandise caused to my company's brand".

While Swift has worked with Antonoff several times, the other two artists were new collaborations for her as she put her foot in the alt-rock and indie music world. "I recognize that she has been a solid advocate for ladies defending their innovative legal rights, so it was superior to see her group is on the exact web page".

Since then, Taylor has commented on Amira's original tweet. The theory that's emerged claims within that physical copy is an announcement that the couple is engaged, which is not unusual for Swift to want her loyal fans to be the first to hear such important news in her life - as opposed to it being announced via the media.

The country trio announced last month that it would be dropping "Antebellum" from its name because of the association with slavery and instead go by Lady A. But it turned out that blues singer Anita White has been performing under the name Lady A for decades.

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