Zoë Kravitz Pays Tribute To Mum Lisa Bonet With Nude Rolling Stone Cover
Zoë Kravitz has revealed her naked 'Rolling Stone' cover -- and it’s almost identical to her mum’s shoot for the magazine 30 years ago.
Kravitz appears on the front of the iconic music magazine holding the same pose -- and in front of the same beige backdrop -- as her mother did in a 1988 issue of Rolling Stone.
Bonet was 21 at the time of her shoot -- and two months pregnant with Zoë.
"Technically, this is my second cover," the Big Little Lies star joked in the article accompanying the cover photo.
“I’ve always loved that cover so much,” Kravitz said. “When I think of Rolling Stone, that’s always the image that pops into my head. It’s a really striking image of her. It’s beautiful.”
Both Bonet and Kravitz were asked by Rolling Stone to define what 'hot' means to them in their respective articles.
"To me ‘hot’ means someone who’s vibrant and confident and comfortable with who they are,” Kravitz told the magazine. “Young Mick Jagger. Aretha Franklin. When somebody allows themselves to be who they are unapologetically — and they’re a good person — that’s really hot.”
Bonet had a spookily similar answer to her daughter, despite Kravitz never actually reading it.
“People think you’re hot if you’re on TV,” Bonet said in 1988 . “To me, hot means uncompromising. It means nonconforming, not afraid, just be what you are and what you feel.”
“Wow, that’s so cool!” says Kravitz when she heard the response.
“We’re the same! I’ve genuinely never seen her answer to that. She instilled that in me I guess. That’s so cool.”
Zoë also paid tribute to her famous dad -- Lenny Kravitz -- in photos that will appear in the Rolling Stone issue to be released on November 2nd. The actress wears a feather boa that belongs to her paternal grandmother and is reportedly reminiscent of his Mama Said album cover.
"We like our boas," she explained.
"I’ve kind of stayed away on purpose from referencing my parents, because I’ve been just trying to create my own identity,” she added.
“But I feel like it’s a good time. I feel comfortable in my own skin. And it’s nice to do that homage to them. Because I love them! They’re my parents!”
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