Zoë Kravitz is Hollywood royalty. As the daughter of film and movie star Lisa Bonet and rock star Lenny Kravitz, she has presumably been infused with the power of awesome style from her very birth, and her social media accounts certainly show it. Zoë Kravitz recently posted a picture of herself styling a gorgeous black fur for famed fashion house Yves Saint Laurent and we pretty much instantly lost our minds about it. Check out the picture she recently uploaded to Instagram in all her beneficence:
This particular picture of Zoë Kravitz is relatively simple by the standards of haute couture, but neither the Batman actress or Yves Saint Laurent need to do a whole lot to be amazing. Kravitz is staring straight into the photographer’s lens, her hair pulled back in a tight bun. Against the dramatic lighting of the shot, her jawline looks almost supernaturally sharp, while her eyes are thick with dark eyeliner. Considering this is a monochrome shot, we can only assume that the fur that she has draped around her bare shoulder actually is black, but regardless, we are just happy to see her. Zoë Kravitz tags Yves Saint Laurent creative director Anthony Vaccarello in the picture, so it is also safe to assume he was involved. The caption to her picture reads “YSL FALL’ 22,” which seems like a good indication we will be seeing Zoë Kravitz on the runway this autumn.
Of course, this upcoming gig with Yves Saint Laurent will not be remotely the first time Zoë Kravitz has modeled for a major fashion house. She has modeled for Tiffany & Co., Vera Wang, Alexander Wang, and Balenciaga; since 2017, she has been the official face of the couture line of Yves Saint Laurent, which was revamped in the 2000s. And then, there was her very, very famous walk as the newest version of Selina Kyle/Catwoman in Matt Reeves’ The Batman, which is its own very specific kind of fashion work. In addition to her modeling work, Zoë Kravitz has also fronted an electropop band called Lolawolf along with Jimmy Giannopoulo; their full-length album Calm Down was released in 2014.
While Zoë Kravitz might be doing quite well in the world of haute couture and r&b-inflected electropop, she is undoubtedly most famous for her acting work. She was particularly praised for her performance as Catwoman in The Batman (a role that has not treated some other fashion icons nearly as well) and was noted for her intense study of violent cat behavior to prepare for the role. In addition to The Batman, Zoë Kravitz has been praised for her performances in the first and second seasons of the HBO Max drama Big Little Lies and as the lead in the gender-swapped reboot of High Fidelity on Hulu. She also worked with DC’s eternal competition, Marvel Comics, for the well-regarded animated feature film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, in which she voiced Mary-Jane Watson; it is not currently known whether she will be reprising the role in the upcoming sequels, but in an infinite multiverse, there is still only one Zoë Kravitz.