She has also succeeded in equestrian sports: the multi-talented Eve Jobs is emerging as a model

Also successful in equestrian sports
Multi-skilled Eve Jobs launches as a model

Eve Jobs is a true founder: the 23-year-old teaches at elite Stanford University, is successful in equestrian sports and may now also start out as a model. The daughter of Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple, announces her new agency on Instagram.

The youngest daughter of Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple, aims to have a career as a model. Eve Jobs announced the name of her new agency to her fans on Instagram. The 23-year-old posted a Polaroid picture of her. In a recent story, she can be seen behind the scenes and on the catwalk. Her new agency DNA also announced the collaboration on the social network.

The 23-year-old is clearly a truly multi-level player. She teaches at elite Stanford University and has drawn attention to herself in equestrian sports last year. The fortune of her father, who died ten years ago, gave her the financial resources to buy good horses. She has proven her talent for a long time. She proved how good she is in August. After winning the team competition alongside Nayel Nassar, she once again confirmed her category in the €300,000 showjumping race of the World Champions Tour and finished second behind winner Harry Smulders of the Netherlands at the Venue d’Fees Des Hazalles.

And on the podium already have experience. She made her catwalk debut at Paris Fashion Week last October. The 23-year-old ran for the independent brand “Coperney”. At that time I wrote on Instagram. “I can’t describe in words how wonderful and beautiful this group is. It was an honor to be nominated for Coburn.” She also thanks the brand’s founders, Arnaud Vaillant and Sebastien Meyer, as well as the entire team for their great support.

Eve Jobs is the daughter of the late Apple CEO and widow of Lauren Powell. Eve has one sister and an older brother. Steve Jobs lost his long battle with cancer in 2011 at the age of 56.

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