Paris Jackson poses for new Skims swimwear campaign: See photos

Kim Kardashian's Skims brand has a familiar face starring in their latest swim campaign: Paris Jackson.
Jackson, the only daughter of the late pop legend Michael Jackson, was photographed for the ad campaign by Mark Hunter - aka "The Cobrasnake" - wearing multiple swim looks from Skims' latest drop and showing off her vibrant tattoos.
Skims posted the new photos to Instagram on Tuesday.
"Get ready for the hottest drop of summer," the company captioned the picture carousel. "Sold out favorites are returning, along with 11 new styles and limited-edition colors."
For the first set of photos featured in Skims Post, the 24-year-old model and singer wears the long-sleeved zip-front one-piece in Marble.
The company released another set of photos of Jackson wearing the Triangle Top in Ocher and the Swim T-Shirt and Dipped Mid Waist Bottom in Almond.
PHOTO: Paris Jackson is the latest brand ambassador to pose for SKIMS swimwear. (Courtesy of Skims, photographed by Mark Hunter)
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Inspired by the playful spirit of the Los Angeles pool party scene, Skims' latest swim campaign also features Jackson's next-generation co-stars, singer Bella Poarch and actress Madison Bailey.
The new drop, due for release on July 28th, will feature some of the brand's novel statement designs, bright colors and updates to classic looks. Shoppers can also look forward to trending picks including micro cuts, dresses, gloves and more.
"I've known Kim for a while and have always admired her style, so being in the latest swim campaign for Skims is a moment," Jackson said in a statement. "I love the brand and this shoot was so much fun."
While this may be one of Jackson's first forays into fashion, she also starred in her first major beauty campaign with KVD Beauty in April this year.
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