Thursday, September 7, 2017

Zoe Kravitz on the October 2017 Cover of British Vogue


Career wise, Zoe Kravitz has had a successful year. She is the October 2017 cover star of British Vogue magazine. On the cover which was shot by Alasdair McLellan, She is rocking a polka dot dress styled with black boots. In the issue, she talks her parents, the current administration, life in America and more. Continue below to read some experts from her interview. For more on her feature, visit Vouge.co.uk and pick up a copy on newsstand on September 8th.




On her parents:
Seeing people always wanting something from my parents, or from us – as a small person I built a lot of walls. I was the tiny gatekeeper. That probably came from trying to protect my parents, especially my dad who’s so nice to everyone. He lets people in. But I have a fiery side. I can be confrontational.

On the current administration:
[It’s] dark. It’s beyond farcical. It’s not funny, but you almost have to laugh. I just called my mum and we were talking about Trump firing the head of the FBI, and we both started laughing.

On the younger generation:
I love how the younger generation are so awake, so empathetic, so sensitive, but still I’m a little removed from them, so I can make jokes like, oh no, I just called someone ‘a man’ without first checking that they identified as a man...

Credit: British Vogue


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