This apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.
Eve Jobs, the daughter of Apple founder Steve Jobs, lost her father to cancer when she was 13 years old. Now she keeps his memory alive with her growing collection of vintage Apple T-shirts.
One T-shirt is particularly personal, as it is believed to be a unique prototype from the Computer 1 era, created by Jobs when he was running Apple out of his garage.
The front of the shirt reads ‘Eve had the right idea’, while the back reads ‘She Pick an Apple’.
“It means so much to me. I smile every time I wear it,” Eve, 24, told Vanity Fair.
The Stanford graduate and veteran rider was even able to channel her dad for her magazine shoot, posing in a black Saint Laurent turtleneck dress reminiscent of Jobs’ signature top.
“Like father, like daughter,” one fan commented on Eve’s Instagram post of the shot.
It’s been a big year for the catwalker, who made her modeling debut in a 2020 Glossier campaign. In October, she walked her first runway for Coperni during Paris Fashion Week, suitably dressed in a green turtleneck sweater; the label even debuted its “Origami” handbag at the show, whose shape is inspired by the iPhone’s Photos app icon.
In March, Eve signed with modeling agency DNA – along with Emily Ratajkowski, Kaia Gerber and Linda Evangelista – and she made her Met Gala debut in May, dressed in Louis Vuitton.
She is now the official face of the fashion house and will star in a digital campaign later this year.