PHOTO | Another success for Toni Maticevski: Taylor Swift wore a dress by the Macedonian designer

Toni Maticevski at one of her fashion shows and Taylor Swift in her latest video / Photo: Profimedia/Instagram/Taylor Swift

The American singer Taylor Swift (34) is the hottest name in the music world, especially since he released his eleventh studio album, The Tortured Poets Department.

One of the first songs from the album to get its own video is the duet song "Fortnight" with the rapper Post Malone. Unsurprisingly, this video is a real success in terms of viewership – it has almost 23 million views in one day.

But what caught the attention of fashion lovers is the extravagant white dress worn by the singer in several scenes of the video, which is signed by the Australian designer of Macedonian origin. Toni Maticevski.

Photo: BACKGRID / Backgrid UK / Profimedia

In statement to the Daily Mail, Maticevski's team confirmed that Swift was the first to wear the $6.200 fashion piece and that her stylists contacted him before this year's Grammy Awards, when she announced her new studio album.

The pearl-colored dress features a "sculptural silhouette," an angled neckline, and a set of faux ruched material at the hip to reveal thigh.

To remind you, Toni Maticevski has been one of the most famous designers in Australia for many years, and his creations were worn by many ladies from the world scene - Jennifer Lopez, Heidi Klum, Beyoncé, Jamie King, Penelope Cruz and many other.

Maticevski is of Macedonian origin, he was born in Melbourne where his parents moved in the seventies.

When asked if Macedonia and the fashion of the Balkans have any influence on his work, he answered that although it is part of his roots, he does not draw inspiration from ethnic tradition for his collections.

"As for the fashion in those spaces, unfortunately, I haven't had time to learn about the designers' work, but I hope that will change soon. Abroad, I often meet people from those areas, and the general impression is that there are many creative, but also misunderstood people in the Balkans," Maticevski told "El".

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