The Big Little Lies star was selected to be the magazine's February cover model and left little to the imagination in one of her photos from the shoot. In the post, Kravitz is sitting with her legs crossed and is wearing nothing but a seashell necklace and headdress. The actress's right arm is placed over her knees, with the left one gently touching her neck. Her upper body is fully covered, allowing only her legs, thighs and arms to show in the image. Her fingernails and toenails are also painted green and are on full display in the post. She is also showing off her many arm tattoos in the image.
Kravitz's natural glow is shining in the cover photo. The actress's tiny dreadlocks are pulled into a ponytail away from her face, allowing her fans to see her natural makeup look. She appears to be rocking a bare face, with sculpted eyebrows and dark lipstick. Her skin is also glowing in the stunning picture.
Many of Kravitz's fans seemed to enjoy her look for her Elle shoot. The actress received more than 190,000 likes after posting the image and also received more than 900 comments from her fans."You're a Goddess," one fan said, followed by multiple heart emoji.
"Pretty feet Zoe," a second admirer mentioned.
"You are perfection in the purest way," another follower said.In her cover story, Kravitz opened up about her marriage to longtime boyfriend, Karl Glusman. The pair got married back in June 2019 in Paris, in front of the star's family and her Big Little Lies co-stars.
Kravitz dished to Elle that since she and Glusman tied the knot, she has felt more secure in their relationship. The actress said that while she and her husband often travel for their careers, she doesn't worry that it will affect them in a negative way. She also said that, even though the two have disagreements, she knows now that they're both willing to keep their marriage strong, no matter what transpires.
"Karl has his own career and needs to focus on that, but we've been together for a few years now, and we know where we are," she said. "If anything, the best part of being married is being able to have the odd fight and knowing neither of us is going to walk out the door. The commitment feels safe."