Zoe Kravitz Sports Gucci Slides & Enormous Engagement Ring Over the Weekend

Zoë Kravitz got creative for her Halloween costume this weekend, piecing together a facetious “mornings suck” vampire outfit that comprised a pink fluffy towel, a long red robe layered over a tank and boxers, a pair of Seinfeld logo shin-length socks and Gucci Princetown fur-lined slides (that retail for $995). Other accessories included crystal-tipped shades, a stack of newspapers, a smiley face mug — and an enormous ring on her left hand.

As it turns out, she’s been engaged all this time — eight months, in fact. In a recent Rolling Stone cover profile, she reveals that her fiancé, Karl Glusman, her boyfriend of nearly two years, proposed in February.  “Oh yeah, I’m engaged. I haven’t told anyone yet — I mean, I haven’t told the world,” she revealed. “I wanted to keep it private.”

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Initially, Glusman had wanted to propose in Paris but ended up popping the question in their living room. “I was in sweatpants,” Kravitz recalled. “I think I was a little drunk. I could feel his heart beating so fast — I was like, ‘Baby, are you OK?’ I was actually worried about him! I love that it wasn’t this elaborate plan in Paris. It was at home, in sweatpants.”

The Rolling Stone cover is also making the rounds on the internet. A nude Kravitz is seen gracing the magazine’s November issue, an image that pays homage to her mother Lisa Bonet’s 1988 Rolling Stone feature spread. “Life | imitates | art,” Kravitz captioned on Instagram.

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