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Zoë Kravitz on her upcoming directorial debut, her YSL lipstick collection and the one piece of clothing she banned Channing Tatum wearing

By Josefin Forsberg
YSL Zoe Kravitz

From playing a vinyl nerd to Catwoman, Zoë Kravitz’s roles are as versatile as her many looks, in Issue 2 of Vogue Scandinavia she talks about building a career as eclectic as her style

Zoë Kravitz possesses the effortless cool of someone who grew up around icons like Prince, Mick Jagger and Stevie Wonder.


She describes herself as a woman of style extremes – swaying from monochrome minimalism to a power-clash of Hawaiian shirts and polka dots, pulling off every ensemble with sly poise. “Sometimes I think a look needs to be so wrong that it’s right,” she says, with a laugh. “I think life is totally a game of dress-up.”

Photo: Stuart Winecoff