Zoe Kravitz's Changing Looks
Before following in her parents Lenny Kravitz and Lisa Bonet into show business, Kravitz, pictured here at 15, lived a normal life out of the spotlight. "[My parents] always told me, 'Don't get sucked in by the scene-none of it's real,'" she has said.
On the verge of a budding acting career, the fresh-faced high school senior attended a New York City premiere of All the Kings Men.
For the New York City premiere of one of her first major films, The Brave One, Kravitz went for glowing skin and simple makeup, accenting her eyes with liquid liner.
Embracing her rocker side, Kravitz debuted a shaggy bob at the Chanel fashion show in Miami Beach.
A beaded headband lent a boho vibe to Kravitz's look for the Erin Fetherston runway show during New York Fashion Week. She complemented the ensemble with coordinating pink cheeks and lips.
For the Academy Awards, Zoe swept her hair into a sophisticated updo, which put the spotlight on her dramatic, winged eyeliner.
Kravitz added honey-blonde highlights to her dark locks for the X-Men: First Class premiere. To finish off the look, she accented her peepers with a dramatic smoky eye.
Maintaining her lightened locks, Kravitz took her strands even shorter, showing off a pixie cut at the The Dark Knight Rises premiere in New York City.
Kravitz went back to her natural dark black hue for the Whitney Gala and Studio Party.
Kravitz kept things monochromatic, matching her moody rose lip to her silk shirt.
Stepping out in Max Mara, Kravitz sported a smoky eye and pink lip while attending the opening of The Whitney Museum of American Art.