Feb. 13 (UPI) -- Paris Jackson co-designed the tie-dye dress she wore onstage Sunday at the Grammys.
The 18-year-old aspiring actress and only daughter of late singer Michael Jackson drew praise from 14-year-old half-brother Prince Jackson after wearing the cutout Moschino gown at the awards show ceremony.
"So proud of my sister, not only did she address a crowd that big, but she designed a tasteful dress that expresses her individuality and uniqueness and she ROCKED it. Proud of you @parisjackson," Prince wrote on Instagram.
Jackson walked the red carpet in a striped Balmain jumpsuit before changing into the tie-dye gown to introduce The Weeknd's performance. She co-designed the dress with Moschino creative director Jeremy Scott.
"Paris reached out to me after being asked to present The Weeknd at the Grammys and wanted to see if I would be interested in making her a dress," Scott told Entertainment Tonight.
"Once we met up, it was just a creative meeting of the minds! She loved some of the tie-dye pieces from my Resort Moschino line, so we took that as a starting point in creating an evening gown that's old Hollywood meets peace-loving hippie and 100 percent Moschino," he said.
Jackson is the daughter of Michael Jackson and Debbie Rowe, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2016. The star shared a new photo with her mom last week following news Rowe has finished chemotherapy.
E! News reported in January that Jackson will make her acting debut on the new Lee Daniels series Star. The aspiring actress will play a "super-chic" and "intimidating" social media guru on the show, which airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Fox.