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Zoë Kravitz stars in new Calvin Klein ad with mother

Published 14/01/2016

Zoë Kravitz
Zoë Kravitz

Zoë Kravitz and her mum Lisa Bonet make new Calvin Klein ad campaign all about family.

Actress Zoë Kravitz made her latest fashion campaign a family affair by teaming up with her mother, Lisa Bonet.

The 27-year-old, who recently featured in Balenciaga's spring 2016 campaign, will share ad space with her mother for Calvin Klein's jewellery and watches division.

In a black and white shot, which hit the Internet on Wednesday (13Jan16), the pair hold hands as they walk along a beach, with Zoë wearing a black sheer dress over a pair of black high-waisted CK pants and a cropped vest, showcasing her toned stomach.

The Divergent actress also donned a silver statement necklace and a matching bangle for the shoot, while Lisa wore a knitted dress, showing off a tattoo on the inside of her lower arm.

Both stars let their hair down for the session and beamed for the camera, as the words Life in the Now were printed across them in pink writing.

Zoë, who is the daughter of rocker Lenny Kravitz from his six year marriage to Lisa, isn't the only famous face to be joined by a loved one in the new CK campaign - actor Will Peltz was joined by girlfriend and former Calvin Klein model Kenya Kinski Jones, while model Xiao Wen Ju posed with her friend, Korean actor Kim Woo Bin.

Models Tilda Lindstam and John Hein round out the stars of the campaign, which was shot by Cass Bird.

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