Paris Jackson: In Her Own Style
Look who's on the cover of July 2017 Vogue Australia... Paris Jackson.
She's been through a lot, this one right here. She had an unconventional childhood. Being the daughter of the late, and brilliant, Michael Jackson, Paris, and her siblings, Prince and Blanket, had their face hidden most of their childhood. The King of Pop had them wear masks and blankets over their faces in order to "let them have a life without him", if ever he were away, Prince Jackson told Fuse in an Interview. This way people would't recognize them and they could be without the cameras in their faces.
Paris was styled by Christine Centenera and photographed by... you know it... "I have PATRICK!!!" (The Devil Wears Prada, if you are living under a rock), Patrick Demarchelier. The July 2017 Magazine will be on sale June 26, make sure you get your copy!
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When Michael passed away, Paris, the rebel of the bunch, came out of hiding, if you will. She started her own Youtube channel with makeup blogs and started to really engage in social media, Twitter especially. She had her ups and then her downs. In 2013, Paris attempted suicide which ended up being a cry for help rather than her actually wanting to take her own life, or so she told her fans. From here, we saw her act out, get piercings and tattoos, smoke, dye her hair, chop her hair and more in her rebellious stage. I think she is just a girl who lost her father and is finding her way. She tried a few things that didn't work and she is just trying to figure out who she is.
Recently we have seen a softer side of Paris. In this interview, paris speaks out about showing the world that beauty standards should be challenged and woman and men should be able to wear whatever they want and to love theirselves. The nineteen year old has cleaned up quite a bit and really entered into the fashion industry. Her looks on the red carpet and her street style are very fashion forward and millennial influenced. She is also showing the world how much she truly cares about people by wanting to leave a positive "imprint" in the fashion industry.
Paris is an amazing young woman. Her interview with Vogue was done through text, not her first time. She has also appeared on the cover of Harper's Bazaar, Rolling Stone and in March of this year signed on with IMG Models. She made her Met Gala debut this year wearing , landed a feature film role with Amazon Studios and just signed on for her first Calvin Klein campaign! Get it, girl! Paris talks about how she wants to be a good role model for young girls in the world in this interview and I think she is on the right track. "I already have many young girls looking up to me and I want to be something their parents are OK with them looking up to".
Signed Opinionated Fashionista