The daughter of Michael Jackson has a powerful reason to work in fashion. This is what counts in the July issue of ‘Vogue Australia’
Now that everything progresses at the speed of light, the racing of the models are curved with the same speed. Just a few months have passed since Paris Jackson entered with an undecided fashion as an image of Chanel and has already signed with IMG, the most prestigious modeling agency on the planet, debuted on the catwalk and starred in his first cover for Vogue Australia. Almost nothing.
Michael Jackson’s daughter is one of the most ubiquitous faces of the Millennium Generation and her story resembles that of Kendall Jenner, Gigi and Bella Hadid, Sofia Richie and Hailey Baldwin. “Daughters of” who have inherited the position and prestige of their parents, which has helped them to start a meteoric race to success and create their own fate.
That’s Paris. But, unlike the rest, she has a powerful reason to explain her foray into fashion and so she has in the July issue of Vogue Australia. “I really want to make a positive impression, especially when it comes to the media and the standard of beauty that we see in magazines or we read in each article from our mobile phone.”
Dressed in a total Prada look and photographed by Patrick Demarchelier, the eldest of the “King of Pop” has underlined her intention to be a healthy example for young women and to turn their personality into each project. “I am passionate about so many causes, I want to fight for the people, I think it is my duty … I am working hard to ensure that everything I work on shows my personal creativity.”
With her tattoos, a questioning look and a look that is not far from reality, the photo in question shows a more natural 19-year-old than produced. Although the biographical similarities with Kendall, Hadid and company are evident, little or nothing has to do with them in style and character. And if we have to specify more, it seems the worthy successor of Cara Delevingne.