Paris Jackson stuns in hippie chic as she joins brother Prince, 21, and cousins at family fundraiser

They come from a family of legendary musicians.

And Paris Jackson, 20, was joined by her brother Prince and their cousins at the Annual Dee Dee Jackson Foundation Costume for a Cause Event on Friday night.

The brunette beauty channelled seventy style hippie chic as she wore her tresses in a heavily waved do with circular purple frames keeping it pushed back.  

Family first: Paris Jackson, 20, channelled seventy styles hippie chic as she wore her tresses in a heavily waved do with circular purple frames keeping it pushed back

Family first: Paris Jackson, 20, channelled seventy styles hippie chic as she wore her tresses in a heavily waved do with circular purple frames keeping it pushed back

Family first: Paris Jackson, 20, channelled seventy styles hippie chic as she wore her tresses in a heavily waved do with circular purple frames keeping it pushed back

The daughter of the late King of Pop highlighted her toned legs in tight acid-wash jeans that flared at the knee and stylish black boots.

Going all out, Paris showed off just a hint of abs in a skintight black top with a crochet jacket and statement furry shawl.

Joining the Gringo actress was her brother Prince, 21, who was putting on a spooky display as hit the red carpet in the wild look.

The eldest son of Michael and Debbie Rowe, real name Michael Joseph Jackson Jr, opted for a scary Halloween look, donning a Saw mask and fake knife. 

Scary: The eldest son of Michael and Debbie Rowe, real name Michael Joseph Jackson Jr,  opted for a scary Halloween look, donning a Saw mask and fake knife

Scary: The eldest son of Michael and Debbie Rowe, real name Michael Joseph Jackson Jr,  opted for a scary Halloween look, donning a Saw mask and fake knife

Chic: Going all out, Paris showed off just a hint of her abs in a skintight black top with a crochet jacket and statement fur shawl.

Chic: Going all out, Paris showed off just a hint of her abs in a skintight black top with a crochet jacket and statement fur shawl.

Sibling love: Going all out, Paris showed off just a hint of her abs in a skintight black top with a crochet jacket and statement fur shawl while brother Prince opted for a scary Halloween look

The siblings were also joined by their cousins – T.J, 40, Taryll, 43, and Taj, 45 – who are the sons of Michael’s older brother Tito, and make up the musical trio 3T.

The event, which was held in honour of their mother, Dee Dee Jackson, is the third annual Costume For A Cause party ran by the family.

Dee Dee married the second eldest Jackson Five member Tito in 1972, but was tragically murdered by an LA businessman in 1994. 

Seventies glam: The daughter of the late King of Pop highlighted her toned legs in tight acid-wash jeans that flared at the knee and stylish black boots

Seventies glam: The daughter of the late King of Pop highlighted her toned legs in tight acid-wash jeans that flared at the knee and stylish black boots

Seventies glam: The daughter of the late King of Pop highlighted her toned legs in tight acid-wash jeans that flared at the knee and stylish black boots

Her sons now run the foundation in her memory to bring provide an outlet for those who have suffered a loss in life and connect those who have a commonality in grief.

Meanwhile, their father Tito, 65, is also keeping busy and still tours with his brothers. 

Eldest brother Jackie, 67,  recently told Daily Mail Australia, the band continues to pay tribute to Michael on stage at every concert.

legandary: The siblings were also joined by their cousins - T.J, 40, Taryll, 43, and Taj, 45 - who are the sons of Michael's older brother Tito, also make up the musical trio 3T

legandary: The siblings were also joined by their cousins - T.J, 40, Taryll, 43, and Taj, 45 - who are the sons of Michael's older brother Tito, also make up the musical trio 3T

legandary: The siblings were also joined by their cousins – T.J, 40, Taryll, 43, and Taj, 45 – who are the sons of Michael’s older brother Tito, also make up the musical trio 3T

‘We sing some of his songs and there’s a lot of ballads that we sing. The audience usually cries when they see the pictures go up on the big stage monitor,’ he said. 

‘We’re just trying to keep the legacy going. That’s what he would want us to do. We’re happy to keep his name in the spotlight, because he was a special person and people loved him around the world.

‘It’s a really exciting moment that we get to pay tribute to our brother on stage… any given moment we knew exactly where he would be on the stage – he was always giving 110 per cent.’ 

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