Paris Jackson is the newest face of Penshoppe
The secret’s out: Paris Jackson is Penshoppe’s newest endorser.
Her campaign, which was shot by photographer Mike Rosenthal in Los Angeles, shows her wearing the brand’s preholiday collection. “It was cool to watch Paris in front of the camera, she’s like a rock star. She had good chemistry with the photographer. I really like how our clothes look good on her, while still looking very much her style,” said Jeff Bascon, Penshoppe’s brand director.
Paris, the daughter of musical legend Michael Jackson, is a model and actress who also sings, writes music and devotes time to being an activist, using her voice to bring awareness about mental health issues, human rights and animal welfare.
In this Q&A, Paris answers some questions from Super.
How was the shoot?
The shoot was so much fun, I got to have a say in a lot of what we did. I love creative freedom, so I’m grateful for that.
Describe your personal style.
Sixities and ’70s are my fave style-wise, but I also only like to wear comfortable things.
What has been your most surreal fashion moment?
Creating my tie-dye dress for the Grammy Awards with Jeremy Scott and my Met Gala dress with Stella McCartney.
What would you consider your wardrobe essentials?
Mala beads, all of my rings.
Is there anything you wouldn’t wear?
Stripes and polka dots.
How do you relax?
Camping and meditation.
What songs have you been listening to the most these days?
“Doesn’t Remind Me” by Audioslave, “The Maze,” by Manchester Orchestra, “You Are The Best Thing,” by Ray LaMontagne
What are two things on your bucket list?
Camping in Redwood Forest and visiting the Woodstock grounds.
What’s the craziest thing a fan has done to get your attention?
Physically stalked me for two weeks.
Does your Penshoppe campaign mean we might get to see you in the Philippines?
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