Taylor Swift’s folklore cardigans are so cozy, they’re basically a blanket — just ask Cara Delevingne and Kaia Gerber. The two models recently showed off the comfy merch, but instead of twinning in matching sweaters, they decided to share just one.
In an Instagram story posted earlier this week, Kaia and Cara — who have been the subject of dating rumors lately — were seen standing in a closet, sharing one of Taylor’s folklore cardigans. Each model was wearing one sleeve, with both of their torsos snugly fitted inside the sweater’s buttons. “@taylorswift, we love our CARDIGAN,” Kaia wrote alongside the snap. The picture has since expired, but naturally was screenshot and shared by fan accounts in subsequent days.
The folklore cardigan, which is available on Taylor Swift’s store as part of a digital album bundle, was gifted to several celebrities from the singer-songwriter herself. Halsey, Jonathan Van Ness, Kesha, Jennifer Hudson, and Hayley Kiyoko were just some of the stars who received the cozy sweater, and were quick to show off their looks on Instagram. “I put it on and it’s my favorite,” Hayley wrote, referencing Taylor’s “cardigan” lyrics in her caption. Similarly, Kesha said that she couldn’t stop listening to Taylor’s new album, calling it a “masterpiece” and adding: “all the feelings.”
Taylor’s folklore cardigan recently underwent a design change after Amira Rasool, an independent Black businesswoman, pointed out that her merch logo contained a resemblance to that of her own fashion retail company, titled The Folklore. The singer-songwriter’s team responded by removing the word “the” from the collection of merch, adding in a statement: “In good faith, we honored her request and immediately notified everyone who had ordered merchandise with the word the preceding folklore album that they will now receive their order with the design change”.
The “cardigan” singer further addressed Amira’s claims, responding to her personally on social media. “Amira, I admire the work you’re doing and I’m happy to make a contribution to your company and to support the Black in Fashion Council (launching on 8/3) with a donation,” Taylor wrote on July 30.
Amira later responded on both Twitter and Instagram, expressing that the issue had been resolved. “I would like to thank everyone for all of the support I have received over the last few days,” she said. “This matter has been resolved and I’m looking forward to continuing to grow my business @thefolklore and contributing to the advancement of Black people in fashion as an executive board member of @blackinfashioncouncil.”
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