There was a time when snapping images of the models walking the runways of Paris Fashion Week was reserved for professional photographers, but as with so many things in the modern age, smartphones have revolutionized the way those images are captured, and by whom. Which makes it ironically apropos that perhaps the first images of Apple founder Steve Jobs’s youngest daughter, Eve Jobs, walking the runway in Paris were captured on precisely those same phones that helped make her father’s brand iconic.
Eve made her Paris Fashion Week debut at the Coperni Spring/Summer 2022 show this week in a vivid green, rashguard-esque, mock-turtleneck shirt and graphic patterned mini skirt, paired with embellish flip flops, an oversized pair of white sunglasses, and a white handbag. Alongside models like Gigi Hadid, Paloma Elsesser, and Adut Akech, Jobs walked the runway surrounded, naturally, by fashion insiders snapping pictures with their iPhones. Even the accessories at the show held a nod to Jobs’s father, with one of the handbags, the Origami, being inspired by the curving shape of the iPhone photo app icon, according to a Vogue interview with Coperni designers Arnaud Vaillant and Sébastien Meyer.
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“I can’t put into words how extraordinary this collection is. It was an honor to be apart of the vision @coperni,” Jobs wrote in a post to her Instagram, sharing a backstage look at her outfit and congratulating the designers on the show.
23 year-old Eve is the youngest child of the famed, late tech-mogul Steve Jobs and billionaire investor Laurene Powell-Jobs. An accomplished equestrian, she attended Stanford University, where her parents first met, according to Business Insider. In December 2020, she kicked off her modeling career with a holiday campaign for the beauty brand Glossier.
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