Prince Jackson, 26, the elder son of the late music icon Michael Jackson (1958-2009), joined his girlfriend Molly Schirmang for the 100 Women Matter celebrity fundraiser hosted by Mike Tyson Cares and We2Matter on Thursday in Beverly Hills, California. The couple harmonized by wearing complementary colors for the occasion.
Jackson appeared in a classic blue blazer paired with a white crew-neck t-shirt and medium-wash jeans. He completed the mix of casual and formal look with a striking silver necklace with a statement pendant.
Schirmang wore a rust-orange scalloped sleeveless crop top. She paired the top with a floral, geometric mini skirt by Maje, which had beige faux patch pockets. She also carried a small brown handbag.
We2Matter is a charity founded by ex-heavyweight boxer Mike Tyson (57) and his family to help former female prisoners reintegrate into society.
The 100 Women Matter gala will raise funds to support 100 incarcerated women.
As "WWD" further reports, Prince Jackson's professional focus is on philanthropy. In October 2022 he hosted the annual "Thriller" Halloween Party. The event helped raise awareness of the "Dee Dee Jackson Foundation". This foundation cares for people who have suffered great losses.
In addition, Jackson also oversees his own charity, the Heal Los Angeles Foundation, which aims to improve the quality of life for youth in downtown Los Angeles.
Recently, Prince Jackson also hinted at his involvement in the biopic Michael through his father when he posted a photo to Instagram of a production meeting for the film. His cousin Jaafar Jackson (27) will play the "King of Pop" in the film. Jaafar Jackson is the second youngest son of songwriter, producer and The Jackson Five member Jermaine Jackson (68), one of Michael Jackson's brothers.