Michael Jackson's daughter shows off her ink in the shots.
Paris Jackson continues to impress crowds as she builds her catalog of work, modeling and working as an actor these days. While she will always be most famous simply for being Michael Jackson's daughter, Paris does not need to do much to keep her father's legacy alive. MJ did that himself through his extensive works of art. As the 20-year-old builds her resume full of projects that will set her aside from the gigantic shadow her father casts, Paris' latest decision was to star in a campaign for a pair of Weejun loafers that were redesigned by RE/DONE.
The fashion company is most well-known for reimagining vintage Levi's jeans and Hanes t-shirts but the decision to revamp Weejun's is not coincidental. Neither is Paris' involvement. Page Six writes that thirty-five years ago, Michael Jackson wore the classic loafers in his "Thriller" video so for Paris to want in on the action is no surprise. Giving the campaign her own touch, she decided to spread some sex appeal by going topless, covering herself strategically with the shoes and looking absolutely stunning in the process. The photos were shot by Juergen Teller, a German fashion photographer who ended up doing the shoot justice by tastefully designing each shot in a way that Paris seems empowered while exposing herself.
Showing off many of her tattoos, the shoot is refined, quirky and shows off Paris' rock side. The collection is available here to shop with products being priced from $295 to $475.