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Her Daddy Gave Her Magic, I Can Tell By The Way She Walks

Zoe Kravitz

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Rock offspring of Lenny Kravitz and Lisa Bonet, Zoe grew up with so much creative energy that it had to be contagious. It’s no wonder her attitude and fashion sense are so original. Her stunning and eccentric parents, a musician and an actress of course, combine their rocker and hippie styles in Zoe.  She demonstrates this in her tough jewelry and neutral bases (rock and roll) and her hippie hair and occasional bohemian pattern or accent.  As for her career, Zoe has already been in four movies with an upcoming project called Twelve with Emma Roberts and Chace Crawford.  I’ve only seen her so far in No Reservations, which was a predictable chick-flick, but I do have high hopes for her creative future. Oh and she is also currently studying at the renowned SUNY Purchase Performing Arts program. For someone this genetically gifted, she is pretty much destined for greatness.

Always the same bemused smile. I love this maxi, very fresh!

Always the same bemused smile. I love this maxi, very fresh!

Filming Twelve, note the combo of basics and the eccentric accessories.

Filming Twelve, note the combo of basics and the eccentric accessories.

Zoe and Olivia Thirlby (of Juno) are best friends in real life.

Zoe and Olivia Thirlby (of Juno) are best friends in real life.

Hippie headband

Hippie headband

Love the long embroidered vest.

Love the long embroidered vest.

With her mom, Lisa Benet

With her mom, Lisa Bonet

With dad Lenny

With dad Lenny

Wow, this is adorable

Wow, this is adorable

Pocket embroidery is a nice touch

Pocket embroidery is a nice touch

A pop of color via the clutch hippie headband.

A pop of color via the clutch hippie headband.

This is my all-time Zoe favorite!

This is my all-time Zoe favorite!

Looks a little drugged but I loove her rings.

Looks a little drugged but I loove her rings.

Her parents destined her for an artsy life.

Her parents destined her for an artsy life.

Peace,

Title from “Eyesight for the Blind” by The Who

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