Call Zoe Kravitz a fashionista, celebuspawn, starlet--anything except the i-t word.
The cool-as-hell daughter of Lenny Kravitz and Lisa Bonet, who stars in her first blockbuster movie this summer in X-Men: First Class, says, "All that It girl s--t makes me kind of uncomfortable."
Do elaborate, Zoe...
"I'm in a very lucky position because I've been around [fame] so long, I don't feel the need to chase it," the 22-year-old tells Asos magazine. "I'm only at the beginning of my career, but I feel successful in that I haven't sold out in any way, shape or form."
Zoe credits her two low-key celebrity parents, who she's "incredibly close to," for keeping her grounded.
"She walked away from being famous because she really didn't care about it," Zoe says of her mom. "She is the most true artist I have ever met."
And while she's opening up about her famous parents, what about her rocker father?
The starlet spills about growing up, "My dad was brought up very old school, very strict...so he's wearing leather pants and a boa, but he would be like, 'Did you do your chores today?' Or...'Yes, there's a party going on with Mick Jagger and some models, but it's your bedtime.' "
Of course there are no more rules now that Zoe's all grown up.
She even shares clothes with her 'rents: "I used to be embarrassed about how [my mom] and dad would dress, but now I steal their clothes all the time!
"My dad has totally taken my Cat Stevens T-shirt, but it's OK, I have his Black Flag one and it's amazing," she continues.
And once, Zoe wound up buying items at a local thrift store that her mom had donated. "I got home and was like, I can't believe I just paid for your clothes!"
Ah, the fabulous life of a celebuspawn.