Zoe Kravitz Remakes Mom Lisa Bonet's Naked Rolling Stone Pic for November Cover
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The 'Big Little Lies' star decides to make her famous mom's dream come true by paying homage to Lisa's May 1988 cover for her own issue for the magazine.

AceShowbiz - Zoe Kravitz is following in her mom Lisa Bonet's steps as she strips down to nothing for Rolling Stone's November issue cover for this year's Hot Issue. On the 30th anniversary of her mother's May 1988 cover, the "Big Little Lies" star decides there is nothing better than paying homage to it for her own issue for the magazine.

Posing exactly like her mother, who was two months pregnant with her at that time, Zoe bares herself in front camera. She styles her hair similar to her actress mother while strategically places her arms to cover her boobs.

Zoe Kravitz for Rolling Stone November 2018

Zoe Kravitz dons her birthday suit for her November issue cover for Rolling Stone.

"I've always loved that cover so much," the "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" actress admits. "When I think of Rolling Stone, that's always the image that pops into my head. It’s a really striking image of her. It's beautiful."

Zoe Kravitz and Lisa Bonet for Rolling Stone

Zoe pays homage to one of her mom Lisa Bonet's pictures from May 1988 issue of Rolling Stone.

Zoe goes on saying that actually Lisa expected another picture from her photoshoot to be the cover. The photo apparently featured the 50-year-old beauty in the same pose, though she ditched her shirt. "I think she was a little bummed when they used the shirt picture as the cover," shares Zoe. "I think she just thought, 'I'm doing it, let's do it!' "

That's why the "Divergent" star decides to get naked to do the cover that her mom had always wanted to do but didn't get the opportunity. "It's less about the picture," Zoe says, adding, "and more about doing the thing my mom intended to do. That feels cool."

Additionally, Zoe pays homage to her dad Lenny Kravitz in the November issue, which is set to hit the newsstands on November 2. "The boa is actually my grandmother's -- my dad's mom's," she explains. However, she reveals that it's different boa from the on on on his album cover.

Having famous parents is not always easy for Zoe. "I've kind of stayed away on purpose from referencing my parents, because I've been just trying to create my own identity," she admits. "But I feel like it's a good time. I feel comfortable in my own skin. And it's nice to do that homage to them. Because I love them! They're my parents!"

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