She’s currently the face of Balenciaga alongside Anna Ewers and now we welcome Zoe Kravitz with open arms as Teen Vogue‘s latest cover girl. Lately, our forums have been giving major kudos to the magazine for giving us our monthly dose of diversity and for March 2016, we couldn’t be more accepting of the mag’s efforts. The American actress photographed beautifully wearing Alexander Wang before the lens of Josh Olins. Complete with minimal makeup and zero signs of Photoshop, what more could we ask for?
Members of our forums were in complete awe. “Love love love, Zoe looks great. Amy Astley has been killing it lately with her cover choices,” declared fer19dog the moment the cover came to light.
“Teen Vogue has been on a roll! This is stunning! It takes me back to the 90s, in a good way. I like it! Teen Vogue stick with this direction, please,” begged a more than elated MON.
“Bow down to Amy. Great, interesting cover stars. I really like Zoe as well, interested to hear what she has to say,” added an appreciative ThatGuyPaul.
Also full of praise was Marc10: “Damn she looks so much like her mom here, and that’s the best compliment ever. Gorgeous cover, Teen Vogue is indeed kicking Vogue‘s lame old a$$ lately, especially on having women of color on the cover.”
TaylorBinque felt the same way, enthusing, “This is beautiful. Definitely kicking its sister’s butt. Job well done to Amy. Even though she seems older than Teen Vogue age, she is pretty much in their demographic’s radar since she is starring in a lot of teen blockbusters and has a cool personal style. She has a talent and the look. I don’t mind at all.”
“Teen Vogue is really on point when it comes to cover stars these last few months. We see diverse, relevant women/girls who haven’t been featured on 300 magazine covers before. And while I’m in no way the target market, I really applaud them for it,” [Piece Of Me] confessed.
Check out more of Zoe’s effortlessly beautiful shoot and join the celebration here.