Taylor Swift Graces January 2020 Issue of British Vogue but Cover Date Reads ‘2019’! Twitterati Has a Field Day Poking Fun at Faux Pas
Taylor Swift Graces January 2020 Issue of British Vogue (Photo Credits: @taylorswift13/ @BAHjournalist/ Twitter)

Looks like British Vogue has got pop sensation Taylor Swift in a soup! The January 2020 cover of British Vogue sees the artist of the decade donning an archive Chanel tweed jacket from the house’s Métiers d’art Paris-New York 2005/2006 collection. The "Lover" songstress undoubtedly stuns in the elegant photoshoot that shows off Swift’s evolution in style. While we cannot stop ogling at her sensuousness, and neither can the Swifties, a few sections of the people on Twitter could not ignore the left corner of the British Vogue cover date that read, “Jan 2019.” Yes, the prestigious global magazine issue committed a major blunder, and Twitterati is undoubtedly having a field day poking fun at the faux pas! American Music Awards 2019 Winners’ List: Billie Eilish, Taylor Swift, Shawn Mendes-Camila Cabello Win Big. 

The cover of British Vogue speaks everything about Swift and her passion. The pop star, who was declared “Artist of the Decade,” at the 2019 American Music Awards is not slowing down. Even with such elegance, the message that the magazine wanted to send was loud and clear—sustainability! The British Vogue editor-in-chief, Edward Enninful was quoted in reports as saying, “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.” Taylor Swift Urges Fans To Help Her After Being Barred From Performing Her Decade-Old Songs At The American Music Awards. 

Here's the British Vogue January 2020 Issue Featuring Taylor Swift:

Everything on the cover seems perfect. And with Swift reigning the cover, it is understandable if the gaffe went unnoticed. But we wonder, what the fashion magazine’s next move would be, after they come across the blunder on their January 2020 cover. If they have a better explanation for it, Twitterati should eventually calm down! But for now, they are surely having a great time, as they point out the glitch and make fun of it by creating hilarious reactions. Looking at the viral tweets, it turns out that Twitter user, Brian A. Hernandez, was the first to point out the faux pas.


If Anyone Can:

To the Person Who Was Assigned the Work:

You Just Cannot Ignore:

What do you have to say about the blunder? Meanwhile, fans are loving the cover and its career-defining significance for the artist. And we would like to keep the reactions that way! Not that the glitch should be overlooked, the British Vogue would definitely have their reasons. And if not, we so pray for the person who was responsible for this job.