Paris Jackson continues to make a good impression in the fashion with her beauty but this time she used her tattoos to really shine.
Being the daughter of the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson, can be seen as a lot of responsibility but she manages to breeze through life with ease and grace.
As it can be seen in the picture shared on Paris' Instagram page, the 20-year-old nailed a rocker chic look as she posed for the camera.
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PUTTING IN THE WORK
So far, Paris has been building her own success through the fashion world, the entertainment business and the music industry, and seems like there is nothing that she can't do.
The beautiful blonde embraced her rebel persona in the cover for issue 2 of pop culture magazine Tings London, and showed everyone what she is all about.
"Paris is a beautiful representation of Tings London; youth, pop culture and high fashion."
With the help of Nino Muñoz, Giselle Bundchen's longtime photographer and collaborator, Paris shined as bright as a diamond while sporting several ensembles.
One of the greatest snaps shows Paris looking seductively at the camera with an arm over her head and another on her back, showing off the colorful ink on her skin.
NOT ASHAMED OF HER INK
The 20-year-old has always been proud of her tattoos and she makes sure that at least some of them are showing whenever she chooses an outfit.
Just like a lot of people around the world, her tattoos represent something important to her, like her own personal battle scars, so she isn't shy when it comes to showing them off.
A FASHION ICON FOR THE YOUNGER GENERATIONS
As for the wardrobe itself, Paris wore several quirky wooden necklaces and various pieces of jewelry, which she combined with an over-sized red sweater with navy stripes.
According to Vas J. Morgan, the Editor-in-chief for the magazine, 'Paris is a beautiful representation of Tings London; youth, pop culture and high fashion.'
Earlier this year, Paris attended the MET Gala 2018 wearing a stylish copper-colored gown, which she complemented with what appeared to be a crown, a look that mixed royalty with down-to-earth sensibility.
The ensemble's mid-thigh gown exposed her legs and the absence of sleeves allowed the tattoos on her arms to be seen by everyone at the event.