Paris Jackson Is Reportedly the New Face of 'Calvin Klein'


Page Six has reported that Paris has signed on with Calvin Klein to be the "face and body" of the company, only recently taken over creatively by Raf Simons.

We'll be seeing more of Paris Jackson in the future, that is certain!

Paris Jackson attended her first Met Gala wearing a Calvin Klein black duchesse satin cut-out dress and black ankle-strap sandals.

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The daughter of the late King of Pop made her red carpet debut in January, signed with IMG Models and made her acting debut on Fox's "Star" in March. There she partied it up with fellow Calvin Klein favorites A$AP Rocky and Ashton Sanders (of Moonlight fame).

If that doesn't impress you enough, the 19-year-old allegedly signed a contract with infamous designer Calvin Klein. The publication further claims that the deal is massive-as in, seven figures massive. She'll appear alongside Hollywood heavy-hitters Charlize Theron, Amanda Seyfried, Joel Edgerton and Thandie Newton.

Paris Jackson attends the Costume Institute Benefit May 1, 2017 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NY.

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This is shaping up to be a huge year for Paris, who reportedly also shot the cover of Vogue Australia this week!

Jackson already hinted at her Calvin Klein deal on her Instagram.

Surely there will be an official announcement soon from Jackson and Calvin Klein, so stay tuned.

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