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Paris Jackson Lands Yet Another Cover, Starring on Vogue Australia’s July Issue

The world of fashion continues to embrace Paris Jackson. We’ve been keeping a close eye on the rising star lately, which has been unavoidable considering she’s already graced the covers of US Harper’s Bazaar, CR Fashion Book and Teen Vogue, all within a few short months (while inking a multimillion-dollar contract with Calvin Klein in the process). Paris’ next move comes in the shape of fronting Vogue Australia for July 2017. Photographed by master portrait photographer Patrick Demarchelier, Paris wears Prada in the cover image (below), complete with styling from Aussie Vogue‘s Christine Centenera.

Vogue Australia July 2017 : Paris Jackson by Patrick Demarchelier


Our forum members, unfortunately, weren’t feeling the cover. “Boring! I don’t get it why the celebrity kids are becoming famous,” voiced burbuja8910 the moment the cover dropped.

“Nope. Vogue Australia get it together. Hideous layout as per usual. I wish magazines would challenge Demarchelier more. It’s always the same covers from him these days – studio, cold, same pose,” added MON.

“She looks horrible. The cover looks horrible especially the face she is making. The styling is atrocious, and none of the clothes look good on her. A total waste of a cover,” an unforgiving Zposen said.

MyNameIs wasn’t into it either: “Her tattoos are so very trashy and ugly. Yikes. The styling is not right for her. She doesn’t have much presence.”

Not everyone hated it, though. “It’s actually not that bad. She’s beautiful so she really doesn’t have to work that hard. With that being said, with a face like that she can afford to take more risks in her pictures,” said GivenchyHomme.

“I actually like the cover, it looks fresh and Paris is a beautiful girl. I just don’t understand why she is getting all these covers lately,” stated [Piece Of Me].

Vogue Australia July 2017 : Paris Jackson by Patrick Demarchelier


Do you think Paris Jackson is worthy of a Vogue cover? See more from Paris’ feature and join the conversation here.