Zoë Kravitz is on the October issue of Harper's Bazaar, where she dished on racial stereotyping, roles in Hollywood, and beauty. All her photos were unretouched and she looks GOOD AF.
Reese Witherspoon interviewed the actress and musician, and asked if she had any anxiety about the unretouched images. Kravitz said, "I was a little scared when they told me. What scared me most was that I was scared about it. That made me sad."
Kravitz also opened up about her role in representation. "I meet all these beautiful, young brown women with braids who feel a connection to me. I’m sure it feels good to see someone you can connect to in the media," she said. "When I was growing up, almost everyone I saw in a movie was white and blonde and had big boobs. Not that that’s not okay, but eventually you wonder, 'Am I alone out here? Am I not desirable or interesting?'"
Twitter couldn't get over Kravitz's beautiful images, like @LaurenAlexis who noted how casual it is to flawlessly slay with a pack of wolves:
@Aytennagi_ just put it out there that Kravitz is beautiful:
@Malaymango showed just how much they love her:
This twitter user asked what it must feel like to be that gorgeous, all the time:
Others like @RossMrtn needed to share the Black girl trilogy of Tessa Thompson, Janelle Monaé, and Zoë Kravitz:
WERK IT GIRL!
UPDATE: This post has been updated to reflect BuzzFeed's editorial standards.