Steve Jobs’ youngest daughter Eve has cemented her status as a rising model after making her runway debut at Coperni’s show during Paris Fashion Week.
The 23-year-old, who is the daughter of the late Apple founder and billionaire investor Laurene Powell-Jobs, joined the likes of Gigi Hadid, Paloma Elsesser, and Adut Akech on the catwalk on Thursday.
Eve strutted her stuff modeling a neon green mock-turtleneck, an embellished mini skirt, platform flip-flops, oversize white sunglasses, and a white handbag at the Spring/Summer 2022 show.
Rising star: Eve Job, who is the daughter of late Apple founder Steve Jobs and Laurene Powell-Jobs, made her runway debut at Coperni’s show on Thursday during Paris Fashion Week
She’s a natural! The Apple heiress modeled a neon green mock-turtleneck, an embellished mini skirt, platform flip-flops, oversize white sunglasses, and a white handbag
Coming full circle: Audience members snapped Eve’s photo using their iPhones as she strut down the runway
Coperni’s collection included a new bag that was aptly inspired by the iPhone photos app icon — the ‘Origami’ — according to Vogue.
The Apple heiress shared behind-the-scenes photos from the show on Instagram while thanking Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant, the designers behind the womenswear label.
One snapshot shows her getting her makeup done backstage while another captures the moment an audience member photographed her on the runway using an iPhone.
‘I can’t put into words how extraordinary this collection is. It was an honor to be apart of the vision @coperni,’ she wrote. ‘Congratulations to my loves @arnaud_vaillant, @sebastienmeyer, and the entire team!!’
Looking chic: Eve wrapped herself in gold foil backstage to keep warm as she prepared for the show
Fashion fixture: Eve has cemented her status as a rising model with her runway debut
In good company! Eve joined the likes of Gigi Hadid (left) and Paloma Elsesser (right) on the catwalk
Proud: The Stanford University graduate shared behind-the-scenes photos from the show on Instagram
Check it out! She included a close-up of her outfit and accessories while thanking the brand’s designers
Grateful: ‘I can’t put into words how extraordinary this collection is. It was an honor to be apart of the vision @coperni,’ she captioned the images
Eve received plenty of support in the comments, including a sweet message from her friend Jennifer K. Gates, the 25-year-old daughter of Bill and Melinda Gates, who wrote: ‘A vision!! Congrats love.’
Eve’s runway appearance comes nearly two years after she made her modeling debut in Glossier’s playful holiday beauty ads in December 2020.
She starred alongside Euphoria star Sydney Sweeney and RuPaul’s Drag Race runner-up Naomi Smalls in the socially-distanced campaign, which was self-shot, according to Glossier founder Emily Weiss.
And while the youngest of Jobs’ four kids is a natural in front of the camera and on the runway, she is more than a pretty face.
Strike a pose: The runway show comes nearly two years after Eve made her modeling debut in Glossier’s holiday campaign in December 2020
Talented: The youngest Jobs is also an accomplished equestrian and is ranked the fifth-best showjumper under the age of 25
The accomplished equestrian is ranked the fifth-best showjumper under the age of 25 and has competed alongside the likes of Mary-Kate Olsen, Jessica Springsteen, and Georgina Bloomberg in the Hamptons Classic.
Eve is known mostly for her equestrian pursuits, but she has more than 229,000 Instagram followers. If her recent foray into modeling is any indicator, she’s can easily parlay into being an influencer if she desires.
She is also a recent graduate of Stanford University, where her parents met in 1989. Jobs gave a lecture at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where Powell-Jobs was studying.
After they wed, they had their son, Reed, 30, and daughter, Erin, 26, followed by Eve. Jobs also had an older daughter, Lisa Brennan-Jobs, 43, from a previous relationship.
Ends with her: Powell-Jobs inherited the majority of Jobs’ billions when he died in 2011. The couple is pictured in 2010
Nope: Powell-Jobs, who is now worth $35.4 billion, revealed last year that her children Reed, Erin, and Eve (pictured as children) will not be inheriting her fortune
Family: Jobs also had a daughter, Lisa Brennan-Jobs (second from left) from a previous relationship. She received an inheritance after he died, though the majority went to his wife
Jobs was worth $10.2 billion when he died in October 2011, though the bulk of his money actually came from his stake in The Walt Disney Co. — not Apple.
His oldest daughter Lisa received an inheritance after his death, but the majority of his fortune went to his wife, who does not plan on passing it down to her three kids.
Powell-Jobs, who has a net worth of $22 billion, told The New York Times last year that the family’s fortune will end with her, saying there is ‘nothing fair’ about inherited wealth.
‘I inherited my wealth from my husband, who didn’t care about the accumulation of wealth,’ she said. ‘I am doing this in honor of his work, and I’ve dedicated my life to doing the very best I can to distribute it effectively, in ways that lift up individuals and communities in a sustainable way.
‘I’m not interested in legacy wealth buildings, and my children know that,’ she added. ‘Steve wasn’t interested in that. If I live long enough, it ends with me.’