1980s Apple Apparel

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When we think of Apple we think clean lines and sharp aesthetics. But this wasn’t always so. In the mid-80s—around the time Jobs was pushed out—the pre-powerhouse company took an ill-advised foray into fashion with a regrettable line of rather frumpy (but, in retrospect, amazing) apparel. Commanded by loud graphic design and pastel colors, the casual duds are a real departure from the minimalist brand that exists today.