Swifties swiftly get what Swifties want. In the thick of all of this month’s Reputation madness, Taylor Swift fans can’t get enough — translating into Swift’s New York City Reputation pop-up shop demanding a complementary Los Angeles pop-up shop.
From Sunday (Nov. 12) to yesterday (Nov. 16), NYC-based fans could visit a Swift shrine in the form of a building at 11 Fulton Street. Inside was the opportunity to take a photo sitting on a golden throne surrounded by rubber snakes — inspired by her “Look What You Made Me Do” video — and exclusive merch.
Reputation was released last Friday (Nov. 10) and is already the biggest selling album of 2017, selling over one million copies in its first four days of release.
Information regarding official L.A. Pop-Up dates and operating times is still pending. In the meantime, Swifties with access to AT&T can watch new series The Making of a Song on Taylor Swift NOW — DIRECTV NOW, DIRECTV (Channel 1113) and U-Verse (Channel. 1501). Swift’s Pop-Up Shops have been created in partner with AT&T.