Paris Jackson is fashion's new darling. The newly minted model has scored her third cover of 2017.
Jackson fronts the April issue of Harper's Bazaar — and consequently, she's now a bona fide, in-demand model. Jackson previously covered Rolling Stone's January issue and CR Fashion Book's March issue. She also recently signed to heavy-hitter modeling agency IMG. IMG is known to represent scores of celebspawn. It would appear that 2017 is shaping up to be her breakthrough year.
Harper's Bazaar gave her the honor of covering its 150th anniversary issue. She was shot by famed photographer Jean Paul Goude, who has an unsettling history with regard to his ouevre and most recently was responsible for Kim Kardashian's infamous Paper Magazine shoot. Juding by these covers, it looks as though Goude veered away from the offensive troupes he's been known to exploit.
Being that it is the publication's anniversary, Harper's Bazaar gave her two covers. The first is a more classic, wind-blown model situation in a plunging Versace gown. The latter is a bit more playful, as Jackson is gleefully jumping in front of the Eiffel Tower wearing a gauzy Dior number.
Gotta give credit where credit's due; Jackson is putting in work. Can't knock the hustle!
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