Taylor Swift stole the show in a stunning outfit while attending Drake's star-studded 30th birthday party on Sunday (23 October). While the Los Angeles hotspot – Delilah – where the night-long party took place was attended by several A-listers, it was Swift who made heads turn with her racy outfit.

The Blank Space hitmaker wowed the Hollywood party in a black leather skirt, which featured a thigh-high split, and a matching bandeau top.

To keep the cold winds at bay, the pop star accessorised her revealing attire with a duster trench coat from Meshki. While her overall style appeared to be gothic, Swift added just the right amount of bling with her metallic clutch and some shiny rings.

With squad members Karlie Kloss and the Haim sisters in tow, the 26-year-old singer clearly took over the birthday bash with her sartorial finesse.

After all, the happening party was also attended by Swift's old nemesis, Katy Perry, and ex-boyfriend John Mayer. According to reports the Wildest Dreams singer arrived early with her girlfriends, but it's not clear if she met up with her two old acquaintances at the Sunday bash.

For the uninitiated, Swift and Perry's infamous feud had inspired the former's hit single Bad Blood that featured a number of Hollywood stars including Selena Gomez and model Cindy Crawford. Over the years, the songstress has been reported to have turned her past romances into love songs, one such being her 2010 hit Dear John.

Apparently, the song was based on Swift's previous romance with Mayer, who has also been linked to Perry. Speaking about the insinuating lyrics of the song, Mayer criticised his ex for taking a jab at him. "It was a really lousy thing for her to do," he said adding, "Because I didn't deserve it. I'm pretty good at taking accountability now, and I never did anything to deserve that."

Amid all these possible awkward run-ins, the birthday boy himself took to the centre stage to thank everyone for the night. "It really, it really means a lot to me, everybody being here, and the support that you give, you know, night in and night out," Drake said.