The 20-year-old Jackson wore a skirt made from organic linen, which is a bit above H&M’s normal price bracket at $119.99, and a $17.99 scarf made from silk and Tencel – a fabric crafted from the fibre of eucalyptus trees, which grow quickly, require little water and few pesticides, making it a more sustainable fabric than say cotton.
She was pictured enjoying Coachella over the weekend, where she was seen once again with Guns N’ Roses exec Andrei Guillott.
Other attendees also modeled pieces from the new collection. Kate Bosworth wore a long-sleeved green midi dress. Bosworth completed her look with black Alexander McQueen boots that featured metallic toes and studs.
Meanwhile, Amanda Seyfried sported a beachy patterned dress from the collection, completing her look with simple ankle-strap sandals from Stuart Weitzman.
The H&M Conscious Exclusive Collection features high-fashion items constructed from sustainable materials. The inspiration for this year’s collection was the creative home of 19th and early 20th-century Swedish artists Karin and Carl Larsson.
Christy Turlington, who stars in the campaign, looked stylish at the event in an ankle-length dress with a flowing skirt. For footwear, Turlington selected peep-toe, lace-up booties in a classic black.
Jackson previously demonstrated another way to wear her tencel and silk scarf while at a party to celebrate the launch of the seventh season of H&M’s Conscious collection on April 5, 2018, when she wore it as a top with a kimono made of organic linen and silk, $149.99.
Photo credit: 1 and 3) On April 5, Paris Jackson attends the H&M celebration of 2018 Conscious Exclusive collection at John Lautner’s Harvey House on April 5, 2018 LA, Ca. Photo by Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for H&M. 2) Paris Jackson on April 16, 2018, LA, Ca. Photo by JB Lacroix/WireImage.