Zoë Foster Blake Is So Bloody Glorious on the Cover of Elle
It's very fitting that the headline emblazoned across Zoë Foster Blake's Elle cover should read "Golden Girl," because it really does seem like everything the beauty boffin and businesswoman touches turns to gold. But that's not why we love her. Nope, it's because she just seems like a bit of a legend — the kind of girl you could sink a few litres of frosé with while snort-laughing about something that happened at work.
She knows what she's about, and that's to be admired — and probably why she landed the cover of the magazine's December issue.
As Elle editor-in-chief (and Zoë's friend) Justine Cullen writes, "It's easy to dismiss Zoë as someone who is #lucky, the girl with the Midas hand where everything she touches turns to gold. This might be a bit true . . . but she's also steely-willed, whip-smart and keenly strategic. She has little tolerance for incompetence or dullness of wit, and to be her friend is to always try a little bit harder with her in any text or conversation than you might with someone else you like equally as much."