Eve Jobs continues to make her mark in the high fashion world, and her latest cover is utterly eye-catching! The 24-year-old Apple heiress appeared on the October cover of vogue Japan, in search of chic beauty. In the cover photo, which you can SEE HERE, Eve rocked a sleek, super high ponytail – a look reminiscent of Madonnaclassic ponytail Blond Ambition days. She went glamorous with classic bright red lipstick and iridescent eyeshadow. She went jewelry-free, opting instead for an oversized Louis Vuitton graphic sweatshirt, which she pulled up to show off her toned legs.
The youngest daughter of the late and legendary Apple founder Steve Jobs signed with DNA Models in March, cementing his own unique image, apart from his famous father. “Now represented by @dnamodels,” she captioned a simple Polaroid photo via Instagram on March 7. The agency, also known for representing models Kaia Gerberand Alessandra Ambrosio also released its own newsletter to celebrate its illustrious new client.
“DNA is delighted to announce that we are representing Eve Jobs,” they wrote. “The young Californian is an accomplished equestrian and Stanford graduate, and we are very excited to help her launch her auspicious modeling career.” Eve also appeared in vanity lounge in August, and vogue in May.
“I’m a little weird,” she said vanity lounge. Some people are a little surprised by me: “I don’t know where to place it. Eve, an accomplished rider, seems rooted in a strong sense of identity, regardless of how others react to her. Although she doesn’t have much to say via her stunning Instagram photo feed, she recently opened up for a cause close to her heart.
In a July 13 post, she posed next to a beautiful handcrafted handbag, designed in the shape of an elephant. “This beautiful @loewe Elephant basket bag was created in collaboration with the #knotonmyplanet campaign,” she captioned the photo. “The eyes were hand beaded by a collective of Samburu craftswomen from the @samburutrust to celebrate their renowned fine beading tradition. 100% of proceeds go to the @elephantcrisisfund.