Taylor Swift's Famous Fashions to Be Displayed at Victoria and Albert Museum (Are You Ready for It!?)

The exhibition is said to feature "13 stops," which is a nod to the pop superstar's lucky number

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Taylor Swift

Watch Taylor Swift’s career begin again at a new exhibition coming to the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

The temporary display — called Taylor Swift | Songbook Trail — will open from July 27-Sept. 8 and showcase 16 outfits worn by the singer-songwriter, 34, throughout her career.

A press release from the museum states that the exhibition is in honor of Swift's successful U.K. Eras tour and aims to "celebrate the creativity of her costumes, lyrics and music videos and explore the global phenomena of the pop icon."

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Taylor Swift

The “Shake It Off” singer wrapped the first three star-studded London stops of her Eras Tour on June 23 at Wembley Stadium, but is set to return on Aug. 15 for five additional shows.

In addition to costumes, the exhibition will have Swift’s instruments, music awards, storyboards and archival material on display – many of which are being viewed by the public for the first time, according to the museum.

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The exhibition is said to feature "13 stops" – a nod to the singer’s lucky number – each of which will shine a light on "particular era of her music and prolific songwriting."

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Costume pieces on display include Swift's custom cowboy boots worn during her appearance as an opening act in Tim McGraw and Faith Hill's Soul2Soul tour in 2007 and her Victorian-inspired black dress from her "Fortnight" music video. Photos provided by the museum also show her blue, purple and pink sparkly jacket and purple skirt from her 1989 world tour in 2015 and her white lace gown from her "Willow" music video.

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Taylor Swift

V&A Senior Curator of Theatre & Performance Kate Bailey said in a statement, "We are delighted to be able to display a range of iconic looks worn by Taylor Swift at the V&A this summer. Each celebrating a chapter in the artist’s musical journey. Taylor Swift’s songs like objects tell stories, often drawing from art, history and literature."

Bailey continued, "We hope this theatrical trail across the museum will inspire curious visitors to discover more about the performer, her creativity and V&A objects."

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The exhibition is designed by Tom Piper and will be free to the public.

While Swift has left a few of her prized possessions behind in London, she had an eventful time bringing her tour to Dublin, where it played from June 28-30.

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On the last stop in the run, she dedicated the song "Clara Bow" from The Tortured Poets Department album to Fleetwood Mac legend Stevie Nicks, 76, during the surprise songs segment.

"She's a hero of mine and also someone that I can tell her any secret and she'd never tell anybody," Swift said while introducing the song. "She's really helped me through so much over the years. I'm talking about Stevie Nicks."

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