GQ USA-AMERICAN GQ MAG-DECEMBER 2022/JANUARY 2023-GQ FASHION AWARDS 2022-SUPERHERO OF THE YEAR/ZOE KRAVITZ-27TH ANNUAL MAN OF THE YEAR ISSUE-BRAND NEW

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Zoë Kravitz Always Lands on Her Feet

She was already one of the coolest people alive, but didn’t feel like she made it until this year. The enigmatic actress opens up about playing Catwoman in The Batman, directing her first movie, Pussy Island, rebuilding after her divorce, and her relationship with Channing Tatum.

The Upper East Side is out in full force at the Neue Galerie, a shrine to Austro-Germanic expressionism tucked inside a palatial Louis XIII–style mansion, on this gloomy fall afternoon. The coats are sumptuous shades of navy and brown. The hair is coiffed and gray. The elegant silk scarves are mandatory. The patrons have stepped inside the filigree-iron doors and up the dramatically curved marble staircase to be transported, through the evocative power of art, to the gilded refinement of turn-of-the-century Vienna. Also, to eat the café’s $36 Wiener schnitzel.

Zoë Kravitz glides in wearing a long black coat over an all-black ensemble with her hair slicked up in a ballerina bun, looking like Catwoman decided to settle down in a classic six on Central Park. Her face is what happens when you combine the DNA of two of the best-looking people on earth (Lenny Kravitz, Lisa Bonet). Her mind, however, is somewhere else: Pussy Island.

The 33-year-old actor is midway through editing her directorial debut, about a cocktail waitress named Frida (Naomi Ackie) who accompanies a nefarious tech billionaire (Channing Tatum) to his hedonistic private island. The film occupies her thoughts day and night. “My brain just doesn’t stop,” she says. “It’s screaming about it.”

Kravitz, a longtime Williamsburg resident, suggested we meet up here before she retreats back to the editing suite. The museum has been one of her favorite places since she first visited on a high school field trip and was blown away by its collection of Egon Schiele and Gustav Klimt paintings. All these years later, a Schiele nude is her phone background. “Specifically, with Schiele, there’s this grotesque, almost ugly-beautiful thing. Even with the Klimt pieces, the sadness in their eyes…” she says.

This combination is especially attractive to Kravitz: For her, the gray area is the most interesting place you can occupy. That’s where she always wants to be in her work (with Pussy Island; as a yoga teacher with a dark secret in Big Little Lies; as a lovable female cad in High Fidelity). Having lived in the public eye since before she could walk, she knows that’s not always what audiences want. But she seems to relish toying with other people’s expectations and, whenever the opportunity presents itself, subverting them.

She pauses in front of an uncharacteristically muted Klimt portrait titled Pale Face. Kravitz peers at the canvas, thinking about restraint and attention to detail. She points out an otherwise imperceptible crimson brushstroke in the top right corner. “Kinda like my outfit,” Kravitz deadpans, flashing fire-engine red socks hiding beneath the layers of black. Onscreen and in photos she perpetually appears sharp and aloof—her name is so synonymous with the word cool that the phrase Zoë Kravitz cool yields 22,900,000 Google results—but her whole affect is softer and more lighthearted in person. “She’s funny as hell,” her old friend Alia Shawkat told me. “She’s a weird little freak.”

The other conspicuous bit of color on her today is a mammoth emerald pinkie ring. It was a gift from “Chan,” or Channing Tatum, her boyfriend and the star of her film. Their relationship has inspired curiosity since their first paparazzi photos together in August of last year: He, an enormous all-American beefcake on the world’s tiniest BMX bike, pedaling with the somber purpose of a messenger enlisted to deliver a Seamless order to God. She, petite and alternative, propped up behind him, wearing sunglasses and casually enjoying the ride.

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