Taylor Swift Covers Vogue's Met Gala Issue in Her Party Dress

Taylor Swift's Met Gala dress keeps coming back for more. The "Style" singer, 26, and her silver Louis Vuitton number cover Vogue's special issue dedicated to the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Gala 2016.

The latest publication comes on the heels of the "Wildest Dreams" singer's June Vogue cover, which featured the star in her platinum blonde bob and bangs for the first time.

In the special edition mag, out May 11, Swift, who cochaired the exclusive Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology event with Idris Elba, sports her silver frock with sexy side cutouts as she poses in front of a wall of red roses.

The fashion glossy's insider look at the Met Ball also reveals never-before-seen moments between the stars, including Robert Pattinson holding FKA twigs' clutch as they headed inside and Gigi and Bella Hadid taking a quick selfie with Amy Schumer.

More photos make it clear that the soiree's pink, white and red carpet, fashioned to look like a double-helix, was mirrored inside the NYC museum by a 3-D printed, lace-inspired spiral that intertwined with a similar red rose design.

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