Taylor Swift’s Newest Chiefs Jacket Cost $1,800—Here’s Where She Got ItThe ‘Blank Space’ singer also sported a red beanie upon arrival at Highmark Stadium.
The jacket Taylor Swift wore at the Kansas City Chiefs-Buffalo Bills NFL playoff game on Jan. 21 will cost a pretty penny for any fan who wants to add it to their own wardrobe.
The “Blank Space” singer arrived at Highmark Stadium Sunday afternoon dressed in the Chiefs’ colors. She wore a red and cream varsity jacket and a bright red beanie.
The Swedish retailer Gant sells the jacket, according to Page Six. It is listed on the brand’s website as a collaboration between artist Kilo Kish and the company’s Blank Canvas Project. And for those curious, the jacket costs a cool $1,800.
Kish designed the jacket to have an oversized fit. All proceeds from jacket sales are going toward the Watts Labor Community Action Committee, a charity Kish supports, according to Gant’s product listing.
One of Swift’s fan accounts on X posted images of the jacket as seen from the front and back for others interested in learning more about the fashion item.
Last weekend, Swift generated buzz with another jacket she wore while attending an NFL playoff game in support of her boyfriend, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce. That earlier jacket was custom-made by Kristin Juszczyk, who owns Designs by Kristin and is married to San Francisco 49ers player Kyle Juszczyk. The Bay Area-based designer also made a custom jacket for Brittany Mahomes, who is married to Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
Swift has attended several NFL games since taking her “Swelce” relationship public last fall. During the Chiefs’ Jan. 21 playoff game in New York, Swift met Travis’ brother and sister-in-law, Jason and Kylie Kelce, for the first time. The brothers’ parents, Donna and Ed Kelce, were also spotted cheering for the Chiefs with Swift in their shared box.