The daughter of American business tycoon Steve Job decided to continue her modeling career. Eve Jobs, 23, has signed with a famous modeling agency named DNA Model Management. The news broke when the 23-year-old daughter of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs shared a photo on Instagram on Monday.
Netizens, according to Eve’s outlook, had predicted her modeling in the near future. Eve is one of Steve Jobs’ four children with his ex-wife and investor Lauren Powell Jobs. The couple married in 1991. The four children include a son and three daughters, namely Lisa Brennan-Jobs, Eve Jobs, Reed Jobs and Erin Siena Jobs.
Eve is the youngest of all while Lisa, 43, Reed, 30 and Erin, 26. Eve made her modeling debut in December 2020, when she teamed up with Euphoria’s Sydney Sweeney and RuPaul’s Drag Race runner-up Naomi Smalls for Glossier’s Christmas announcement. countryside. Eve’s modeling career comes after she had a modest public presence for most of her childhood. She is a graduate of Stanford University and a talented horse rider, as she once said on Instagram.
As part of Glossier’s December 2020 Christmas commercial campaign, Eve teamed up with Sydney Sweeney and Naomi Smalls of Euphoria. Eve walked for Coperni during Paris Fashion Week in September 2021. “I can’t say how amazing this collection is,” she said on Instagram, adding. She added that “it was an honor to be part of the @coperni vision”.
Eve’s modeling career begins after a small public presence at first. She is a Stanford graduate and a great horsewoman, she said on Instagram. Eve recalled her love for the sport in an interview with the magazine. “I was put on a pony when I was two, but I didn’t really start riding until I was six,” she says. “I’ve always had a fascination with animals, and I guess it started early.”
She described herself at the time as “happy, determined, sensitive, caring and special”. Eve seems to be focusing on a new career in the spotlight after hitting another milestone. Overall, Eve Jobs, despite being the youngest, is versatile in various ways. Not only is she good at sports, but also at modeling, studying and so on.
Two weeks ago, Steve Jobs’ 67th birthday would have been here if he were alive. Jobs died in October 2011 from fatal pancreatic cancer. Jobs founded Apple in 1976 with two other people, namely Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne.