Michael Jackson's Children Prince & Paris Make Rare Red Carpet Appearance Together at 60 Years of Motown Celebration
Michael Jackson's two older children, Paris Jackson and Prince Jackson, turned up for a red carpet event to celebrate the Ryan Gordy Foundation's sixty years after the launch of Motown Records.
Late King of Rock, Michael Jackson soared in his music career for years, with Ryan Gordy's Motown Records backing most of his legendary hits.
PARIS AND HER BROTHER WERE ON HAND TO AWARD RYAN GORDY
The Jackson pair were asked to present a special award to the founder of Motown record label, Ryan Gordy, at the event, and they stormed the stage in style and confidence to honor their late dad's record legacy.
The event, which was held at the Waldorf Astoria in Beverly Hills last Monday, was graced by celebrities who also showed up for the red carpet fest.
DRESSING UP FOR THE OCCASION
The legendary singer's son took to Instagram to share photos of himself and his sister from the event as they rocked their killer outfits in rare brother-sister shots.
The pic showed Prince, standing behind his sister, dressed in a jeweled black suit with matching pants, shoes and bow tie, worn over a white-collar shirt.
While Paris, 21, was seated close to him, in an off-white, full ball gown, with a sequined upper half. The siblings looked gorgeous.
The 22-year-old captioned the post:
"I don't always dress up… but when I do, it's with my gorgeous sister @parisjackson. Stay classy, my friends."
MOTOWN REMINDS THE JACKSONS OF THEIR CHILDHOOD
The late icon's children spoke with Vogue about the significance of their outfits, as well as the fond memories brought on by the occasion.
They explained to the magazine that their dad's fashion style inspired their outfits and that the gears were designed by the legendary singer's former stylist, Rushka Bergman.
"I remember Rushka was my dad's stylist. She would always come in with these large racks… my dad loved shiny things, blingy, you know?" Prince revealed.
Paris also adapted the blingy aspect, in the two dresses she wore for the "60 years of Motown celebration," including the off-white ball gown, and an additional flamenco-inspired, red and black ruffled outfit.
Explaining the importance of the label to her family, and her dad's legacy, the 21-year-old noted:
"I think of my childhood when I hear the word Motown. I grew up listening to all of that, and it's very nostalgic."
This rare red carpet appearance comes just a month after the Jackson siblings graced the star-studded amfAR Los Angeles gala together, turning heads with another set of killer outfits.