Who is Eve Jobs? Steve Jobs' daughter, 23, signs contract with DNA Models
Eve Job's new modeling contract was announced shortly after she was spotted during Paris Fashion Week
Steve Jobs' 23-year-old daughter, Eve Jobs, announced her signing with DNA Models on Instagram. "Now represented by @dnamodels," she captioned a snapshot of herself, keeping her announcement short and simple while she demonstrated her abilities in front of the camera. She wore a black tee-shirt with black laced sleeves and blonde hair. Eve is the youngest child of computer mogul Steve Jobs and investor Laurene Powell Jobs.
DNA also said in a statement, “DNA is thrilled to announce we are representing Eve Jobs. The young Californian is an accomplished equestrian and Stanford graduate, and we are very excited to help her launch her auspicious modeling career.” Eve's new modeling contract was announced shortly after she was spotted during Paris Fashion Week. Earlier, The company was also represented by big names like Alessandra Ambrosio, Kaia Gerber, Riley Keough, and Doutzen Kroes.
According to PEOPLE, this week, the 23-year-old looked exquisite as she arrived at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris for the 'Louis Vuitton's Ready To Wear' event. Jobs wore a white tank top and navy blue slacks, with a white shirt dangling over her shoulders. To complete the outfit, she carried a classic Louis Vuitton purse and wore a modest necklace. Sitting in the first row, she sat amongst famous celebrities like Emma Stone, Cynthia Erivo, Emma Chamberlain, and Gemma Chan.
Even though Eve is still a newcomer to the modeling world, she starred in Glossier's Christmas commercial campaign alongside 'Euphoria' actress Sydney Sweeney and 'RuPaul's Drag Race' runner-up Naomi Smalls in December 2020, which is believed to be her first professional modeling role. She made her runway debut in October at Paris Fashion Week, walking for Coperni's spring 2022 show.
Meanwhile, Eve is said to have inherited nothing from her father, despite his $21.7 billion fortune, because her mother declared that the family does not believe in the accumulation of wealth. She told The New York Times in 2013, “I inherited my wealth from my husband, who didn't care about the accumulation of wealth.” “I'm not interested in legacy wealth buildings, and my children know that. Steve wasn't interested in that. If I live long enough, it ends with me,” she remarked at that time.