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Paris Jackson Graces the Cover of Harper’s Bazaar

Modern meets chic for a new fun new twist

According to the wildly popular publication, Paris Jackson is a modern muse that consistently turned heads at this past Paris Fashion Week. With her seemingly fashion-forward, laidback style, she looks like the cool girl next door everyone’s dying to be friends with.

@ParisJackson in the Spring on our April 2017 subscriber cover. Photography by @JeanPaulGoudeOfficial Styling by #AlexAikiu

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Now her featured presence is blown up on the front cover of the April issue of Vogue. She’s posing in a sheer red skirt paired with a Christian Dior sports bra. To top it off, she’s dazzling in chic accessories while also highlighting her tattoos. Glamorous, yet carefree, Jackson is flying high in front of the Eiffel Tower and officially setting the tone for spring.

Her fresh style mixes with the more vintage approach of the publication for an iconic cover. What’s more is she is full of to the brim of life at the young age of 18, ready to take off.

Although, it wasn’t always like according to her cover story with the issue.

Jackson has been in the spotlight her entire life, especially after she lost her dad, Michael Jackson at the mere age of 11. The world took the news hard, but nowhere near the way his daughter did. She fell into deep depression at times and it took a while to get out of the rut.

Her independence and outgoing personality has kept her going, however. It shows in her photoshoot.

Whether it’s waving the American and French flag on the back of a bike driven by a guy or jumping around with another in a dimly lit bar, she looks happier than ever.

See what else Jackson is up to in the April issue on newsstands March 28.

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