Paris Jackson shows off tattoos in see-through top in pic for magazine cover
Paris Jackson shows off her extensive upper body tattoos in her latest magazine cover for Harper's Bazaar. It can be recalled she was displeased with her last cover with the same publication she accused of lying to her.
Paris Jackson is officially a Harpers Bazaar icon and she graces the magazine’s cover this September to celebrate that.
In her latest cover photo for the famous publication, Paris sizzles in her wet look as she dons a see-through top which sleeves she allowed to fall off to reveal her tattoos adorning her chest and shoulders.
The 19-year-old daughter exhibited a fresh face with barely-there makeup as she styled her hair in wet waves clinging to her head. Paris accessorized with her signature beads and showed off the straps of her Christian Dior bra.
Paris posted a photo of the magazine cover’s Spanish edition and expressed her appreciation for being chosen as its icon in her caption. She even promoted it in Spanish.
“Absolutely honored to be a part of the Harpers Bazaar ICONS September issue • A la venta el 18 de agosto en España... besos!”
Paris’s excitement over her latest cover for the magazine is a stark contrast to her last one when she revealed her disappointment with the headline used on her. In 2017, she expressed her dismay when the publication used the headline “I was perfect under my dad’s eyes” under her name. She tweeted over being lied at and wrote,
"When magazines lie to you and tell you they're not gonna make the headline about something, but go right ahead and do it behind your back :)."
She accompanied the tweet which has since been deleted with an image of her cover but without the headline she despised.
It wasn’t the first time Paris called out people for misrepresenting her. She confronted a TV network for casting Joseph Fiennes who’s white to portray her father. She also challenged Wendy Williams’ views of her being non-black in people’s eyes. In March, she slammed fans who tampered with her skin tone by lightening it, insisting she was happy in her own skin. Her most recent show of distaste was when she walked out of a fashion show because she wasn’t happy about animals being “branded and whipped” in the show.