Stylist: Danyul Brown assisted by Adam Chia
Outfit: Andreas Kronthaler x Vivienne Westwood
Makeup Artist: Jose Corella
Hairstylist: Miles Jeffries
Colorist: Nikki Lee x Nine Zero One
Cut: Riawna Capri
Shoes: Giuseppe Zanotti
Jewelry: 64Facets

This beginning of the week I wanted to honor the late Dame Vivienne Westwood in my own way; one of my first designer items was hers and I’ll forever be grateful for her impact on my life.

A chameleon, an artist, an activist, she was a true pioneer, above anything else.

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After this premise, I’d love to write about someone who has always been eager to wear her clothes: Paris Jackson. Here is what she wore to last year’s Vanity Fair Oscar Afterparty.

For the event, Paris donned an Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood jacket and asymmetric skirt in taupe marbled silk from the Autumn-Winter 2023 collection.

1st picture is courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

She paired her ensemble with Giuseppe Zanotti suede peep-toe pumps, a 64Facets Scallop Diamond Bangle in rose gold and a Linear Diamond Bangle among other jewelry pieces of her own that she usually wears on different occasions.

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Her eyes were mesmerizing, thanks to the expert hands of Jose Corella. The pro made Paris‘ eyes stand out even more by applying a red smoked out eyeshadow on her eyelids, a fine trait of eye pencil on her lower lash line and natural looking false lashes. To counterbalance her eyes, he opted for a nude creamy lip.

To keep up with the “punk-vibe” of her outfit, hairstylist Miles Jeffries styled the musician’s hair in a sleek but messy updo, with a little strand of hair gently caressing her left cheeck.

The nails were painted with a brown nail polish, to match the color of her dress.

The late Vivienne Westwood will probably always have a place in most of our hearts, especially in those who used to wear a lot of her creations whenever the occasion arose. Paris Jackson has indeed always been a supporter of creative people, those who fight for the planet, those who try to change the system.

Her father changed the music industry, after all.

Jackson has been working with stylists Danyul Brown and Rushka Bergman, and I think both of them have always respected her nature and morals. Their style collaborations with her feel authentic to me, and that’s the most important thing.

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