The rest of the spread is equally grown up—and totally monochromatic—clothing-wise. Taylor even wears two black suits—one with pants and no shoes—very free spirit meets businesswoman, no?
And another with a skirt and very high platform sandals which we wouldn't mind getting our hands on immediately.
She looks equally sophisticated in a graphic black and white minidress and black booties.
But Taylor looks most like herself in a white earthy dress, that reflects her down-to-earth reputation and is, actually, very reminiscent of the flowy dresses she favored early in her career. She may not wear cowboy boots to every event any more, but her country roots are definitely still intact.
You can check out the full interview and more photos on Glamour UK's website and pick up the issue on newsstands starting April 30.