The most recent cover that Eve Jobs has designed is really stunning, and she is continuing to leave her imprint on the world of high fashion. The Apple heiress, who is 24 years old, appears on the cover of the October issue of Vogue Japan, looking every bit the part of a sophisticated beauty. Eve sported a sleek and extremely high ponytail in the cover photo, which you can view HERE; the appearance is reminiscent of Madonna’s classic ponytail from the time period when she was promoting Blonde Ambition. She gave herself a glamorous look by applying iridescent eye shadow and a traditional, brilliant red lipstick. She opted not to wear any jewellery, instead choosing to dress simply in an oversized graphic sweatshirt by Louis Vuitton, which she pulled up to reveal her toned legs.
In March, Lauren Jobs, the youngest child of the late Steve Jobs, inventor of Apple, received a modelling contract with DNA Models, therefore solidifying her position as an individual distinct from her renowned father. On March 7, she captioned a straightforward Polaroid photo with the words “Now represented by @dnamodels” and posted it on Instagram. The modelling agency, which is also famous for representing supermodels Kaia Gerber and Alessandra Ambrosio, published a celebratory article in their own newsletter to mark the signing of their prestigious new client.
They added, “DNA is happy to announce that we are representing Eve Jobs.” “DNA is representing Eve Jobs.” We are thrilled to be able to assist the young woman from California, who is an exceptional equestrian and a graduate of Stanford University, in launching her promising career in modelling. In addition, Eve was featured in the August issue of Vanity Fair as well as the May issue of Vogue.
She admitted to Vanity Fair, “I’m a little bit odd.” Some people are taken aback when they meet me and say things like, “I don’t know where to place her.” Regardless of how other people react to her, it seems as though Eve has a solid grasp on who she is as a person. Eve is an accomplished equestrian. Even though she doesn’t have much to say in the captions of the lovely photographs that she posts on Instagram, she did recently speak out for a cause that is important to her.
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In a post that she published on July 13, she posed with an exquisite artisan handbag that was designed in the form of an elephant. She captioned the photo, “This amazing @loewe Elephant Basket Bag has been designed in partnership with the #knotonmyplanet campaign,” which was the initiative’s official hashtag. “The eyes have been hand beaded by a female Samburu artisan collective of the @samburutrust as a celebration of the Samburu people’s exquisite and well-known history of beadwork. The Elephant Crisis Fund will receive one hundred percent of the proceeds from this sale.