Lebanese designer Reem Acra has been showered with praise by the ever-popular US pop superstar, Taylor Swift. Taylor has taken to Instagram to share a delightful series of images featuring her wearing a stunning lilac tulle gown from Acra's Spring 2022 ready-to-wear collection. This beautiful ensemble graces the cover of Taylor's album "Speak Now (Taylor's Version)," which is a special re-recording of her beloved third studio album released back in 2010.
Reem Acra expressed her gratitude and excitement on Instagram, captioning the pictures with warm words thanking Taylor Swift for featuring her dress in such a prominent way.
It's no secret that Taylor has been actively supporting talented Arab designers lately. She has championed the likes of Elie Saab, Azzi & Osta, Yousef Al-Jasmi, and Zuhair Murad. In previous months, she delighted her fans by showcasing glamorous ballgowns by Zuhair Murad during her concerts in Glendale, Arizona, and Las Vegas.
Taylor's appreciation for Arab fashion extends to other occasions too. She looked enchanting in two different Elie Saab gowns, one in Tampa, Florida, and another in New Jersey. The golden embellished gown with floral tulle detailing and the dreamy gown with an embellished corset both showcased her impeccable style.
In one of her music videos, "Karma," Taylor caught everyone's attention wearing a couture gown from Lebanese fashion house Azzi & Osta. The gown, a masterpiece from their "Between Light and Sea Couture 2023 Collection," featured stunning antique silver embroidered sequins on silk georgette, adorned with ombre, silver, and gold embroidered leaves on the shoulders, long cape, and skirt. She also shone brightly in a fabulous catsuit by Kuwaiti designer Yousef Al-Jasmi in the same music video.
Taylor's dedication to her music is also evident in her commitment to re-record her earlier albums. With "Speak Now (Taylor's Version)," she brings fresh new renditions of all the original tracks along with six previously unreleased songs. This follows her successful re-recordings of "Fearless (Taylor's Version)" and "Red (Taylor's Version)" in 2021.
Taylor Swift's support for Arab designers and her artistic endeavors continue to captivate fans worldwide, leaving us eagerly looking forward to her future projects.