Taylor Swift Kicks Off Her 1989 Tour in Stuart Weitzman

Taylor Swift missed the Met Gala last night because she had previous plans with a 55,000 sold out crowd to kick off her world tour at the Tokyo Dome in Japan on Tuesday.

The singer had multiple costume changes, which included Stuart Weitzman petrol mini glitter Gran booties paired with a purple high-waisted skirt and a glittery cropped tank.

Fans exploded on social media, dissecting the entire show — which resulted in the release of Swift’s set list. Songs included are “Welcome to New York,” “Blank Space,” “You Are in Love,” and many more off of her 1989 album. The two-hour concert comes to the U.S. in June.

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Taylor Swift on stage in Tokyo wearing Stuart Weitzman.
CREDIT: Getty Images.

Keds and Swift are continuing their relationship by teaming up for her 1989 tour, and are releasing a new collection of limited-edition sneakers, which are part of the heritage brand’s sponsorship of Swift’s 1989 World Tour. Keds will also be offering product giveaways and at-concert activations.

According to the company, the designs are “inspired by the cover art from Taylor’s critically acclaimed and record-breaking album, ‘1989.’ Finishing touches for all styles include laces and trim in coordinating colors, and an exclusive collectible charm.”

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Taylor Swift on stage in Tokyo wearing Stuart Weitzman.
CREDIT: Getty Images.

To get more of Taylor Swift’s shoe looks, click through the gallery.

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