earl-jonas - October 29, 2018
Like mother, like daughter. And in this case, we like 'em both. Zoë Kravitz dared to bare all on the cover of Rolling Stone's Hot Issue to recreate her mother, Lisa Bonet's, iconic image for the magazine's same issue thirty years ago. Both stunning and stacked women strategically cover their no-nos by raising their legs, and their nice racks stay barely hidden behind their long locks and hands. Why so shy ladies?
Zoë admits to always being a fan of her mother's iconic photo
[I've] always loved that cover so much. It's a really striking image of her. It's beautiful.
And adds that while she had the opportunity to flaunt her hard-earned bod on the cover, her mother wasn't so lucky:
I think she was a little bummed when they used the shirt picture as the cover. I think she just thought, 'I'm doing it, let’s do it!' It's less about the picture and more about doing the thing my mom intended to do. That feels cool.
For Bonet's issue, a (partially) clothed picture was featured on the magazine's cover, while the nude image was buried within the pages. Overall, we think this is a great direction for Rolling Stone. Pick up where Playboy left off.