Who is Eve Jobs? Daughter of Steve Jobs debuts as model for Glossier campaign

Eve Jobs posted photoshoot images with the caption, 'Biggest thanks to Emily Weiss & everyone at Glossier!'


                            Who is Eve Jobs? Daughter of Steve Jobs debuts as model for Glossier campaign
Eve Jobs (Instagram @evejobs)

Eve Jobs, the 22-year-old daughter of the late Steve Jobs, is making headlines after debuting as a model for the makeup brand Glossier. Eve, who has stayed out of the spotlight most of her life, appeared in Glossier's holiday campaign, which also features actor Sydney Sweeney and RuPaul's Drag Race's Naomi Smalls. You can see the post below.



 

Eve is seen sitting in a bathtub covered in bubbles wearing nothing but lots of gold jewellery while sipping on a glass of wine. She posted the two images on her official Instagram page with the caption, "Biggest thanks to Emily Weiss & everyone at Glossier! Go check out the collection." Emily is the 35-year-old founder and CEO of the cosmetics company.

 So, who is Eve Jobs? Let's take a look.

Who is Eve Jobs?

As we already know, Eve is the daughter of the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. While Steve was a pioneer in the field of technology who, along with co-founder Steve Wozniak, gave the world Mac computers and laptops, iPods, iPhones, and iPads, Eve is a model. She is the youngest child of Steve and Laurene Powell who together had three kids. Her siblings are 29-year-old brother Reed Jobs and 25-year-old sister Erin Sienna Jobs. She also has a half-sister, Steve's first child with painter and writer Chrisann Brennan, the 42-year-old Lisa Brennan-Jobs.

Eve has, before this, always stayed out of the public eye, even after the death of her father in 2011 from pancreatic cancer. The last time she made headlines was for her equestrian skills as she competes regularly and is ranked the fifth-best rider in the world under age 25. Talking about her love for horses, she said, "I was first put on a pony at two years old, but didn’t actually start really riding until I was about six. I have always had a love and appreciation for animals and I think that passion was evident pretty early on." She's a student at Stanford University, the same school where her parents met, and will graduate with the class of 2021. Her family is worth more than $20 billion, according to Forbes.

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