Zoë Kravitz covers the latest issue of C Magazine. The actress and singer rocks long braids in the photo spread and opens up about this hairstyle as well as navigating Hollywood as a multiracial woman in the accompanying interview.
“I originally did them as a joke, like an ode to the ’90s. They aren’t some symbolic thing, but it still feels important, I think, to be a brown girl with natural hair. You see blond girls with the same hair in every movie.”
On acting roles:
“I’m not auditioning for roles for white girls just to prove a point. I try to be color-blind and audition for roles that are for me and that I can relate to.”
“I think there was a point when I resisted being categorized. I got past that and started to really dig deeper and learn more about my roots. I identify as everything, and am proud and connected to the rich history that I come from.”
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