Paris Jackson is fast becoming fashion's new darling – and one look at her latest photoshoot proves why.
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The daughter of Michael Jackson looked sensational in a new spread for Numero Magazine, which saw her rocking several high-fashion looks, including a spectacular avant-garde creation and an elaborate, multi-ruffled dress.
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In one image, the 24-year-old poses in a silver, sleeveless dress that features a softly draped top and a structured skirt that extends out past her hips. The architectural design also has a daring thigh-split that shows off Paris' toned legs.
Another photo sees the singer sitting on the ground with her heavily tattooed arms in front of her holding a bouquet of royal blue flowers. Her incredible metallic silver dress billows all around her and features padded-like ruffles that create a regal train.
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Other images see Paris modeling an array of form-fitting outfits, all of which highlight her trim waist and expose her tattooed body.
Paris stunned fans with her collection of high-fashion looks
Fans went wild for the photos, with one commenting: "OMG Princess, this is next level!" A second said: "You and the makeup and just everything go together." A third added: "Just stunning," and a fourth said: "LOVE these!"
Paris' post comes after she made a rare public appearance with her brother, Prince, at the 75th Tony Awards to introduce a performance of MJ the Musical, with the pair sharing a sweet insight into their late dad.
"A lot of people seem to think our dad, Michael Jackson, changed popular music forever. And who are we to disagree?" Prince said enthusiastically. "But what a lot of people don't know is that he loved musicals, on film and on stage."
Michael Jackson welcomed three children before his death
Paris spoke recently about her superstar father in an interview, saying: "My dad was really good about making sure we were cultured, making sure we were educated, and not just showing us like the glitz and glam, like hotel hopping, five-star places.
"Growing up, it was about earning stuff. If we wanted five toys from FAO Schwarz or Toys R Us, we had to read five books."
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