Zoë Kravitz Recreates Her Mom Lisa Bonet’s Nude Rolling Stone Photo

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Zoë Kravitz Recreates Her Mom Lisa Bonet's Nude Rolling Stone Photo
Zoë Kravitz Recreates Her Mom Lisa Bonet's Nude Rolling Stone Photo
Zoë Kravitz Recreates Her Mom Lisa Bonet's Nude Rolling Stone Photo
Zoë Kravitz Recreates Her Mom Lisa Bonet’s Nude Rolling Stone Photo

Zoë Kravitz paid the final word tribute to her mom, Lisa Bonet, by recreating her nude Rolling Stone photoshoot 30 years later. The 29-year-old Large Little Lies star seems on the newest cowl of the music and politics journal, fully stripped down and copying her Mom’s actual pose and coiffure.

“I’ve all the time loved that cowl a lot,” Kravitz informed the magazine. Once I consider ‘Rolling Stone,’ that’s all the time the picture that pops into my head. It’s a extremely placing picture of her. It’s lovely.” Bonet, now 50, was 20 years previous when she went au naturel for her Rolling Stone shoot for the Could 1988 issue.

Kravitz shared the images on her Instagram, writing, “Life | imitates | art.”

 

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Kravitz, whose father is rock star Lenny Kravitz, was born as her mom, a Cosby Present star, reached peak stardom. But she says the timing labored out.

“She all the time tells me I saved her life. She didn’t intend on being famous, But then she turned this sensation, and he or she was so young and actually personal,” she informed Rolling Stone. “So transferring away, being with her baby—she actually responds properly to stillness and privateness.”

 

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But Kravitz recognizes the significance of her mom’s and grandmother’s roles in TV had on representation in the leisure business. Her grandma was The Jeffersons star Roxie Roker, who performed half of one among tv’s first interracial {couples}.

“I had combined parents, so I didn’t see it as a giant deal. Then after I was educated about what the world was like, I noticed, ‘This can be a big deal,’ Kravitz informed Harper’s Newsfresh for the October issue. “It was courageous of [my grandmother] to go there. I don’t assume her intention was to shake things up. It was really her reality: She was married to a white man.”