Museum of Arts and Design Unveils a Taylor Swift Exhibit

Fans have until the end of March to plan a visit

Welcome to New York, where the cold, winter chill is upon us. It's time to go to the Museum of Arts and Design, which opened a costume exhibition highlighting Taylor Swift's Eras. Wrap up in your favorite cardigan, dear reader, and let's take a closer look at the exhibit, open until March 24.

"Taylor Swift: Storyteller" includes the cheerleader and ballerina outfits from "Shake It Off"; the red wedding dress and bellhop uniform from "I Bet You Think About Me (Taylor's Version—From the Vault)"; and an ensemble from "Bejeweled," among others. Outfits are accompanied by various props, jewelry and projections of music videos.

Tickets cost $25 for non-members and includes access to all of MAD's exhibitions. Visits are free for members. The gift shop is stocked with T-Swift merch, so keep your eyes open for it.

Check out Muse's fearless executive director, Charell Star's take on the show.

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