Steve Jobs’ Daughter Eve Has Taken Her Edgiest Fashion Job yet

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While the 25-year-old is known around the world as the daughter of the late Apple cofounder Steve Jobs, she’s also made a splash as a successful model.

Most recently, Jobs took a starring role in a spring 2024 campaign for Enfants Riches Déprimés, a luxury fashion brand based in Paris and Los Angeles.

Released in early February, the campaign shows Jobs modeling the brand’s clothes in train cars, automobiles, and industrial settings.

Founded in 2012, Enfants Riches Déprimés specializes in clothes that merge streetwear styles with high fashion.

Its founder, Henri Alexander Levy, told Vogue Italia in 2018 that he’s the main creative behind his brand, which he pushes to be exclusive and aspirational.

He created it while pursuing a college degree outside fashion.

“Enfants Riches Déprimés is a place in which conceptual art, literature, music (punk, hardcore, dream pop, post-punk, new wave …), abstract neo-expressionism, and luxury meet,” Levy told the publication. “The luxury side is extremely important for me. It’s not for everyone.”

Jobs isn’t new to the fashion world. She’s previously walked runways for designers such as Louis Vuitton and appeared on the cover of Vogue Japan.

But her latest gig — for a brand whose name translates in English to Depressed Rich Kids — is her edgiest yet.

“It’s exciting to finally see this campaign come to light,” she told WWD. “I was a fan of Enfants Riches Déprimés, so being included in the campaign was an honor. I was able to embrace a different character on set, and it was an amazing experience. Enfants Riches is iconic, and I love the vision we were able to create.”

That character in the campaign involves Jobs modeling navy blazers, collared shirts, knit socks, and leather miniskirts.

A brand representative told WWD its latest designs were meant to evoke the emotions of “an American lost in a European city.”

“Here, Eve is that American, stuck in a space in between what is real and what is not,” the brand told the publication.