Steve Jobs equestrian daughter Eve, 23, gets branded ‘next-generation It Girl’ after making her debut at the Paris Fashion week.

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Paris fashion week is going full steam ahead. I thought nothing could steal the limelight from the Balenciaga spring/summer 2022 collection launched with a 10-minute The Simpsons episode. And just days later, we have a breakout story of Eve Jobs, the 23-year-old daughter of late Apple founder Steve and billionaire investor Laurene Powell Jobs. The low-ley heiress and youngest daughter of Steve Jobs was named one of the ‘next-generation IT girls’ by society bible Tatler’ after making her runway debut at Paris Fashion Week. The leggy lass made her runway debut at Coperni’s Paris Fashion Week show sporting a shimmering neon green mock-turtleneck, a miniskirt embellished with fireworks, and oversized white sunglasses at the S/S 2022 show.

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The budding model shared her excitement through an Instagram post, and she said: ‘I can’t put into words how extraordinary this collection is. It was an honor to be a part of the vision.’ The likes of Jennifer Gates, the 25-year-old daughter of Bill and Melinda, wrote: ‘A vision!! Congrats love.’ Supermodel Naomi Campbell also showed her support by posting heart emojis, as did members of the Coperni team, Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant, the designers behind the womenswear label.

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The accomplished equestrian looked as confident as veteran Nomi Campbell, who took Eve under her wing. Eve Jobs did well sashaying down the ramp with confidence and a stellar outfit alongside Gigi Hadid and Adut Akech on September 30. Last year, Eve Jobs caused a stir in the fashion world by starring in a Glossier holiday ad campaign alongside Euphoria actress Sydney Sweeney and Naomi Smalls, a runner-up from RuPaul’s Drag Race. The PYT, a star in equestrian sports, has taken the ramp by storm in equal measures.

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