Eve Jobs made her Paris Fashion Week debut this week at the Coperni Spring/Summer 2022 show. Interestingly, this time, the show took a new turn as the models walking down the runway were captured by smartphones instead of professional photographers.
Things couldn’t be more ironic as the first images of Eve were captured on the same phones that her father, Apple founder Steve Jobs has made his name with.
Eve walked the runway in a green, rashguard-esque, mock-turtleneck shirt donned with a graphic-patterned mini skirt. The outfit was paired with high-soled flip-flops, big silver swipe earrings, oversized white sunglasses, and a white handbag.
Eve also went to her Instagram to share her experience and the pictures from the show. The 23-year-old wrote, “I can’t put into words how extraordinary this collection is. It was an honor to be apart of the vision @coperni. Congratulations to my loves @arnaud_vaillant, @sebastienmeyer, and the entire team !! 💚”
What is Eve Jobs’ Net Worth?
Eve is an accomplished equestrian who is one of the top under 25-jumpers in the world, according to her bio on the US Equestrian Federation website.
She started riding horses when she was only 6 years of age. Now, she competes in events across the world. While talking to World of Show Jumping in May 2020, Eve expressed her desire to compete in the Olympics or the World Equestrian Games in the future.
Besides horse-riding, Eve is well-known to take rare modeling gigs. The last time she made headlines with her modeling was in December 2020 when she modeled for the cosmetics brand, Glossier.
Working with Glossier gave a start to her modeling career. In one of the pictures for the brand’s holiday campaign, Eve posed in a bubble bath with a glass of wine in her hand. Another picture was of her in eye masks as she flaunted Glossier lip gloss.
How much has Eve Jobs Inherited?
Steve Jobs’ widow and Eve’s mother, Laura Powell Jobs is worth $20.1 billion as of 2021, according to Sportskeeda.
Laura inherited most of Steve’s money and since his death, she has invested it and almost doubled the amount.
However, according to what Laura told New York Times, her children will not receive much of the parents’ fortune after their demise.
“I inherited my wealth from my husband, who didn’t care about the accumulation of wealth,” Laura explained. “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.”
She then continued, “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.”
It was in June 2021 when Eve graduated from Stanford University. There, she majored in History and had a focus in International Policy.
She shared some pictures with her friends as she thanked the university after graduating.