Taylor Swift 2022 MTV VMAs – Arrivals(Photo : Getty Images/Jamie McCarthy)
Taylor Swift attends the 2022 MTV VMAs at Prudential Center on August 28, 2022 in Newark, New Jersey.

Taylor Swift has been named Time's 2023 Person of the Year, and her fans think her looks on the covers are evoking the vibes of her iconic "Reputation" era.

On the first cover, the "Look What You Made Me Do" songstress struck a confident pose with her cat, Benjamin Button. Perched casually on the singer's shoulder, the ragdoll cat resembled a fluffy white scarf.

Swift joked on Instagram that she immediately asked Time if she could bring her cat to the photoshoot when she was informed she was the magazine's Person of the Year.

Set against a gray backdrop, the 12-time Grammy Award winner was photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin in a black bodysuit and matching sheer tights.

Swift's second Time cover showed the "Cruel Summer" singer in a crystal-embellished dress from Area that featured a plunging neckline and balconette bodice. She posed with her arms raised above her head for the shot.

On the third cover, Swift exuded a cozy fall vibe in a cream-colored turtleneck sweater, a blue denim jacket, and a brown jacket.

To complete the ensemble, she accessorized the outfit with multiple silver earrings, including one with an autumn leaf design.

The "Blank Space" singer wore her signature striking red lip and natural curls, but she broke away from her typical look by slicking back her bangs.

Interestingly, she also pulled back her bangs on her 2017 "Reputation" album cover, a distinct style linked to that era.

The "Reputation" era is also characterized by its prominent use of black and white tones, often accompanied by Swift's bold red lips. 

"I just realized the hair in the Time photo shoot and how she's swooping the bangs out lately is very 'Reputation'...hmmm," one fan commented on X, formerly Twitter.

"Time's Person of the Year photos of Taylor Swift is screaming 'REPUTATION' [black heart]," another one said.

While it was not exactly a confirmation, Inez, one of the photographers behind Swift's covers, told Time that "Reputation" is her favorite era.

In her Time interview, Swift discussed what fans can expect from her highly anticipated re-release, "Reputation (Taylor's Version)," promising that its vault tracks will be "fire."

"It's a goth-punk moment of female rage at being gaslit by an entire social structure. I think a lot of people see it and they're just like, sick snakes and strobe lights," she told the magazine.

For her Time cover shoot, the star was styled by Heidi Bivens, a celebrity costume designer and stylist.

"I had the great pleasure of styling Taylor for her Time Person of the Year 2023 cover shoot," the stylist wrote on her Instagram.

Meanwhile, Holli Smith took charge of her hair, while Diane Kendal crafted her makeup look.

Swift was selected for the magazine's distinction from a list of contenders that included Barbie, King Charles III, and Vladimir Putin.