Saturday, December 23, 2017

Zoe Kravitz Cover Elle's January Cover Issue

Zoë Kravitz has the kind of magnetism that practically shouts, “This woman is a star!” She’s distractingly, otherworldly beautiful. She’s the spawn of two of the coolest people on the planet, Lisa Bonet and Lenny Kravitz. This is a girl who knows how to milk a step-and-repeat in a slinky white Calvin Klein number and a voluminous ROYGBIV Dior gown with equal aplomb. And she’s a damn talented actress. Which is why, looking back, it’s amazing to consider that for the better part of the last decade, she hovered in a kind of Hollywood up-and-comer limbo, playing supporting roles in blockbusters like the Divergent movies, X-Men: First Class, and Mad Max: Fury Road (a prebreakout part of sorts—she certainly held her own in scenes with the also-so-beautiful-it’s-unfair Rosie Huntington-Whiteley). But inevitably, thankfully, 2017 happened, and with it, Big Little Lies—HBO’s Emmy-crushing miniseries in which Kravitz, 29, played the luminous hippie-turned-hero Bonnie. Now Kravitz—in her rightful place on the A-list—is showing no signs of losing ground (she’ll soon appear opposite Johnny Depp in the sequel to the J. K. Rowling adaptation Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, for one).

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