Edward Enninful styled Taylor Swift in a vintage Chanel jacket for the latest cover of British Vogue to address the "global climate crisis".
The singer rocks a cream tweed jacket from the French luxury fashion house's Metiers d'art Paris-New York 2005/2006 collection, accompanied by a white shirt with pearl Chanel buttons, for the main image of the U.K. magazine's January 2020 issue.
When putting together pieces for the photoshoot, British Vogue editor-in-chief Enninful was keen to promote ways in which sustainability can be highly fashionable.
"I wanted to put a vintage Chanel jacket on the cover of Vogue because I feel that, with the global climate crisis, we all have to do what we can to contribute to the conversation around sustainability," he wrote in an editor's letter. "Buying better and buying less is what I believe in: investing in clothes that will last a lifetime, pieces that can be passed down from generation to generation."
Enninful also revealed that he has always invested in classic pieces.
"Fashion shouldn't feel disposable: the best clothes can be worn time and time again and have the quality of both design and craftsmanship to ensure their staying power," the 47-year-old explained, adding that it was important to him to choose one classic item for the Shake It Off hitmaker to wear on the cover. "It's the ultimate sign of luxury, it has never gone out of fashion, and it never will."
The January 2020 issue of British Vogue is out on 6 December.