By Jonathan Borge
Oct 18, 2017 @ 12:45 pm
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Taylor Swift’s breakout Reputation single “Look What You Made Me Do” made headlines for many reasons, but the music video was the icing on the cake. In it, she wears latex bodysuits, Gucci sweatshirts, and looks fit for a biker girl.

While those outfits were memorable, fans were particularly excited about the dozen or so Taylor look-alikes that posed toward the end of the official video, most of which represented the “old Taylor,” who by the way famously couldn’t “come to the phone right now” in the single.

So where’d she turn to for inspiration in choosing the final ones to make the cut? In a new behind-the-scenes video (above), Swift offers a glimpse of the creative process.

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“Welcome to wardrobe land. This is where the apocalypse of clothing has all congregated and essentially I’ve just done the longest fitting of my life,” she says as she begins to talk through old tour, red carpet, and music video outfits chosen to take a “sarcastic look down memory lane.” “One of the craziest things about this video is that it’s kind of like calling back to looks of previous album cycles like this guy.”

“I’m very, very, very excited and furthermore, I get to go home and eat some Chinese food with my cats,” she adds at the end.

Watch the full clip above.