Eve Jobs, the daughter of the late Steve Jobs, is making headlines after she walked at Paris Fashion Week. The 23-year-old debuted on the runway and walked for fashion brand Coperni in the Spring/Summer 2022 line. We have to say that the photos are amazing!
The young model walked in a lime green turtleneck, navy miniskirt with silver embellishments, shield-style oversized sunglasses and platform flip flops. It was fitting that the fresh-face Eve walked for Coperni this season. The designer has a bag called the Origami, which shape is inspired by the iPhone photos app icon.
Eve joined models like Gigi Hadid, Paloma Elsesser and Adut Akech during the show and she posted some photos of the event on her Instagram later that night. She captioned the post, “I can’t put into words how extraordinary this collection is. It was an honor to be apart of the vision @coperni. Congratulations to my loves @arnaud_vaillant, @sebastienmeyer, and the entire team !! 💚”
Paris Fashion Week isn’t Eve’s first time in the world of modeling. Last December, she made her modeling debut and posed for a Glossier advertisement. The model posed next to Euphoria star, Sydney Sweeney and Naomi Smalls from RuPaul’s Drag Race. The advertisement was for Glossier’s holiday line.
Besides modeling, Steve Jobs’ daughter is an accomplished equestrian. She has competed in many jumping competitions, including the National Cup Final back in 2019 where she won a bronze medal.
She also attended Stanford University, where her mother and father met back in 1989.
Another person to make a splash during Paris Fashion Week this year was Gabriela Hearst, who is the creative director of Chloe. This year the brand decided to bring attention to rising climate concerns and made their clothing line sustainable.
The clothing on the runway during fashion week was low-impact and consisted of clothing that was crocheted by hand, necklaces that were made out of scrap fabric and bags that were also made out of left over fabric from past collections.
Hearst and her team at Chloe “believe luxury fashion has become overly industrialized” and that was why they were trying to bring attention to the dangers of fast fashion.
The brand’s runway show was also outside this year, which made the event more Covid-19 friendly. Models walked along the cobblestones near the Seine River with the Notre Dame Cathedral in the background.
Last year, Paris Fashion Week was virtual because of the rising Covid-19 pandemic. This year, many fans and designers of the show are happy that they were able to come back and experience the fashion in person.
“Fashion is performing, it’s performing but the audience is also really important. [A fashion show] it’s not something that you can see only in a video. We adapted ourselves to work in a different way, but the real way to work with fashion is to realize a real show,” said Dior creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri.
Dior‘s line this year was more sporty and colorful and wanted to show the new health aware lifestyle that many have developed during the pandemic. The fashion house was one of a handful that chose to do an in person runway this season. The majority of the 97 design houses that were signed up for Paris Fashion Week decided to keep their shows virtual again this year.
Paris Fashion Week will be running until Oct. 5.
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