Introducing The Cover Star of The Wall Street Journal's Fall Women's Fashion Issue, Zoë Kravitz
Zoë Kravitz is in the panic stage of preparing for travel, running around Manhattan, squeezing in errands. Her destination is the set of Pussy Island, on the grounds of a lush Yucatán hacienda, a land of bacchanalia and vice that Kravitz herself has dreamt up. The movie, which will start shooting a few weeks after her arrival and is expected to be released in 2023, is the 33-year-old actor’s directorial debut.
"The title is the seed of the story. It represents this time where it would be acceptable for a group of men to call a place that, and the illusion that we’re out of that time now."
Writer: Hunter Harris
Hunter Harris write for magazines and websites and TV, too. Previously, she was a staff writer at Vulture and New York Magazine. There, she wrote about movies and music and pop culture: she went to Tuscany with the cast of Succession, had coffee at a cat cafe with Jason Derulo. Hunter Harris profiled Zendaya, Regina King, Haim, Charlie Puth, Keke Palmer, and Sharon Stone. I ranked the men of Insecure and am thrilled by all the drama leading up to those Avatar sequels.
Photographer: Campbell Addy
Campbell Addy is a London based photographer & filmmaker born and raised in South London. His work follows unique narratives and authentic emotions in nature, with a focus on distinctive casting and under-represented faces. Since graduating from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2016, he has worked with editorial outlets including but not limited to i-D, Vogue, Financial Times, Dazed, TIME, Wall Street Journal Magazine, Rolling Stone Magazine, and Garage Magazine.
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