Steve Jobs’ youngest daughter has made her modeling debut in Glossier’s playful holiday beauty campaign after striking a pose in her bathtub.
Eve Jobs, the daughter of the late Apple founder and billion investor Laurene Powell-Jobs, may have been inspired to launch her modeling career after her mother revealed earlier this year that her children won’t be inheriting her wealth.
The 22-year-old star alongside Euphoria star Sydney Sweeney and RuPaul’s Drag Race runner-up Naomi Smalls in the socially-distanced new campaign, which was self-shot, according to Glossier founder Emily Weiss.
Natural beauty: In the self-shot photos, the 22-year-old can be seen posing in a bubble bath
‘Eve Jobs — yes, [Apple] Jobs — all grown up and self-shot for Glossier holiday 2020,’ Emily, 35, captioned the images of Eve that she shared on Instagram.
In one photo, the blonde beauty is strategically covered with bubbles as she sips on a glass of wine in a large bathtub with glossy lips and wet hair. Even though she is in the tub, she is sporting plenty of gold jewelry, including a thick chain necklace, rings, and hoops in her ears.
Another shows her fiddling with the brand’s ‘G’ charm necklace while getting ready in her bathroom. Her blonde hair is dried and loose around her shoulders, but, like most women her age, she has a pink satin scrunchie around her wrist in case she wants to pull it up.
Eve took to Instagram last week to share the campaign photo of herself sipping wine. She also posted a picture of herself wearing under-eye masks and swiping Glossier lip gloss on her lips.
Getting ready: Another shows her fiddling with the brand’s ‘G’ charm necklace while getting ready in her bathroom
In good company: Euphoria star Sydney Sweeney (left) and RuPaul’s Drag Race runner-up Naomi Smalls (right)
‘Biggest thanks to @emilyweiss & everyone at @glossier! Go check out the collection,’ she captioned the shots.
Eve received plenty of support in the comments, including a sweet message from her friend Jennifer K. Gates, the 24-year-old daughter of Bill and Melinda Gates, who wrote: ‘Obsessed w this collab.’
And while the youngest of Jobs’ four kids is a natural in front of the camera, she is more than a pretty face.
The accomplished equestrian is ranked the fifth-best showjumper under the age of 25 and has competed alongside the likes of Mary-Kate Olsen, Jessica Springsteen, and Georgina Bloomberg in the Hamptons Classic.
Famous family: Eve is the youngest daughter of the late Steve Jobs and billion investor Laurene Powell-Jobs
Senior year: Eve, who has more than 156,000 Instagram followers, is a student at Stanford University and is slated to graduate in 2021
Talented: The youngest Jobs is also an accomplished equestrian and is ranked the fifth-best showjumper under the age of 25
While Eve is known mostly for her equestrian pursuits, she has more than 156,000 Instagram followers. If her new beauty campaign is any indicator, she’s can easily parlay into being an influencer if she desires.
She is also a student at Stanford University and slated to graduate in 2021. Her parents met at the school in 1989 when Jobs gave a lecture at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where Powell-Jobs was studying.
After they wed, they had their son, Reed, 29, and daughter, Erin, 25, followed by Eve. Jobs also had an older daughter, Lisa Brennan-Jobs, 42, from a previous relationship.
Jobs was worth $10.2 billion when he died in October 2011, though the bulk of his money actually came from his stake in The Walt Disney Co. — not Apple.
Ends with her: Powell-Jobs inherited the majority of Jobs’ billions when he died in 2011. The couple is pictured in 2010
Nope: Powell-Jobs, who is now worth $35.4 billion, recently revealed that her children Reed, Erin, and Eve (pictured as children) will not be inheriting her fortune
Family: Jobs also had a daughter, Lisa Brennan-Jobs (second from left) from a previous relationship. She received an inheritance after he died, though the majority went to his wife
His oldest daughter Lisa received an inheritance after his death, but the majority of his fortune went to his wife, who does not plan on passing it down to her three kids.
‘I inherited my wealth from my husband, who didn’t care about the accumulation of wealth,’ she said. ‘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.
‘I’m not interested in legacy wealth buildings, and my children know that,’ she added. ‘Steve wasn’t interested in that. If I live long enough, it ends with me.’