At the star-studded event celebrating the Costume Institute’s new exhibit, “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology,” Swift wore a silver metallic cut-out minidress and gladiator-style sandals by Louis Vuitton.
For Monday night’s BMI Pop Awards in Beverly Hills, Calif., Swift went long in a Monique Lhuillier gown paired with Stuart Weitzman Sultry sandals.
Swift was honored with the Pop Songwriter of the Year Award and the first-ever Taylor Swift Award, created by the music rights organization BMI to honor the star’s “incomparable creative and artistic talent.” Michael Jackson is the only other artist to have an award named after him by BMI.
Swift is no stranger to Stuart Weitzman’s designs. She wore a gold pair of sandals by the designer on the 2016 Grammy Awards red carpet, and she also tapped Weitzman to create shoes for her popular 1989 World Tour last year.