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Alexander Wang Fall/Winter Runway Show !

Yesterday, Zoe attended the Alexander Wang Fall 2016 fashion show during New York Fashion Week at St. Bartholomew’s Church in New York City. I have added high quality pictures in the gallery. Check them out !


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Public Appearances > Events From 2016February 13th – At The Alexander Wang Fall Winter 2016 Womens Runway Show St. Bartholomew’s Church, NYC

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Teen Vogue 2016 Cover Girl

On a brisk Monday evening after wrapping her Teen Vogue cover shoot, Zoë Kravitz sits down for dinner with BFF Alexander Wang at Locanda Verde, in the quiet Manhattan neighborhood of TriBeCa. She wears a distressed, striped Freddy Krueger-esque sweater by the designer and looks surprisingly fresh-faced for someone coming off a 10-hour day. It helps that she’s excited about an upcoming trip to Japan with her boyfriend, George Lewis Jr. (aka Twin Shadow), to celebrate her 27th birthday. It’s a real vacation for the star, who has been juggling roles in major films like Mad Max: Fury Road, Dope, and the Divergent series (the third installment, Allegiant, comes out on March 18) while recording and touring with her electro R&B band, Lolawolf, and recently being crowned a new face of Calvin Klein (with mom Lisa Bonet) and Balenciaga. Over antipasti, the two arbiters of cool (who are both quick to laugh off that very title) discuss fame, fashion, and friendship.

ALEXANDER WANG: The thing that I always tell people when they ask me about you is that you are very down-to-earth. Despite who your parents are [Lenny Kravitz and Lisa Bonet], you were raised in a way where you had to work for everything yourself. Nothing was just given to you, you’re very driven, and you don’t take things for granted.

ZOË KRAVITZ: My parents didn’t become who they are because anything was handed to them, and they didn’t raise a child who expected something to be handed to her, either. My mom would have killed me if I’d assumed any kind of privilege. At first I was really adamant about making sure people knew that I was working hard. Things were definitely handed to me a little bit easier, but people were also judging me twice as hard. View More Teen Vogue 2016 Cover Girl

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2016 Critics Choice Awards

Last night, Zoe attended the 21st Annual Critics’ Choice Awards at Barker Hangar with her boyfriend Twin Shaddow in Santa Monica. She was at the show to support her movie Mad Max: Fury Road and she hit the stage along with her co-stars to accept George Miller‘s award for Best Director. Zoe was totally stunning with her Dior Couture outfit and her Sophia Webster sandals. The first photos have been added to our gallery, but stay tuned as more are likely to be added later on.


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“Hit the Road in a Ford Focus” !

SZA & Zoë Kravitz

We’re in an unprecedented era of female artistry—women are changing the landscape in music, art, literature, and more. In Focus brings together two brilliant female artists to share their experiences, get to know each other, and honestly discuss all the things that are important to them.

In this episode, SZA and Zoë Kravitz take a break from touring to drive around LA and talk about songwriting, acts of radical kindness, and the challenges that come with success as a woman.
Music in this episode is by SZA.

“Your music is not real if it’s out of revenge ’cause then it’s not for you.” — SZA & Zoë
“I’m a human being with flaws, anger, and passion—and I’m a nerd.” — Zoë
“I’ve been doing a lot of overthinking. I’ve been trying to let that go, in a productive way, trust my first mind, don’t double ask.” — SZA
“I feel like with women, people start hating only when you’re doing something that’s working.” — Zoë
“I don’t believe I’ve reached where I want to reach. I always feel that I can be a better songwriter.” — SZA
“The minute someone gets too comfortable, they stop growing.” — Zoë
“I write better when I’m not thinking about having to write.” — SZA

Source: In Focus Pitchfork

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