Ad obsession: Zoe Kravitz and her mom Lisa Bonet looking adorbs for Calvin Klein
We love Hollywood mother-daughter duos. Goldie Hawn and Kate Hudson, Meryl Streep and Mamie Gummer, Melanie Griffith and Dakota Johnson. And we especially love when they team up for projects, like Susan Sarandon and Eva Amurri. They’ve acted together many times, and it’s always a treat to watch them together in movies knowing they share a special off-screen bond too.
And today, Calvin Klein made more of our mother-daughter-team dreams come true when they showcased the 2016 ad campaign for their jewelry and watches division. Two of its stars? The gorgeous, multi-level-talented Zoë Kravitz and her mom, actress Lisa Bonet.
Shot by photographer Cass Bird, the stunning image in CK’s signature black and white shows the twosome holding hands while walking along the beach, and is emblazoned with the words, “Life in the now.” Pretty fitting for an ad promoting timepieces which, when you think about it, do allow us to live in the moment a bit more than checking the time on our phones might. With the former, you check the time and then go back to what you’re doing – like spending quality time you’re your loved ones, as Kravitz and Bonet seem to be promoting. With our phones, we might get distracted after we’re done checking the time…and we all know how quickly that can spiral (Candy Crush, anyone?).
Kravitz is not unfamiliar with the modeling world, if you couldn’t already tell from this gorgeous shot. She has starred in campaigns for Vera Wang, Alexander Wang, and most recently, Balenciaga for spring 2016. She also finds time to act, having starred in the Divergent series and Mad Max: Fury Road, and to speak out on some really important issues. Bonet, who has two other children with husband Jason Momoa (AKA KHAL FREAKING DROGO), is a star in her own right, having portrayed Denise Huxtable on The Cosby Show from 1984-1991, and its spinoff, A Different World, from 1987-1988.
You can check out the full dreamy, inspiring video for the Calvin Klein 2016 watches and jewelry ad campaign below, and see if you can spot a few other familiar faces.
(Image via Twitter)