The earliest use of the term "Lavender Haze" that I could find was in the poem "Sunday" by the Pulitzer Prize winner James Schuyler, published in his 1974 collection "Hymn to Life.
In the earlier sequences of the video, Swift's bedroom features a lamp with a base shaped like the Eiffel Tower (opens in a new tab).
But then I read that it’s an old term to describe falling.
I think the multiple clues to the other songs on the album (Mastermind vinyl, Midnight Rain. But this funfetti one is even better! For the closing number of the concert, Taylor throws on a tasseled jacket that she has stocked in numerous colors. • 24 days ago.
The flower field tribute to “Our Song”.
Taylor Swift released the music video for her song “Lavender Haze” on Friday, January 27 — and it is unsurprisingly full of Easter eggs.
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Posted by. Taylor. . ”. Taylor. And given this is a Swift music video, there are ample easter eggs in it referencing her past, lyrics, and possible.
I agree! I love when artists simply reference past work.
. The Eiffel Tower lamp.
Similar vibes: the SNL Roomies blanket + the Lavender Haze tank top.
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Referencing to the plant in Wall-E (2008),” they wrote.