Apple might be known for its minimalistic aesthetic now, but there was a time when that wasn’t true.
Back in 1986, Apple released a clothing line it called “The Apple Collection,” filled with oversized sweatshirts, windbreakers, and obnoxiously bright patterns.
It’s hard to imagine that black-turtleneck aficionado Steve Jobs would have approved of these clothes — the catalogue was released a year after he left the company.
Laura Stampler contributed to this story.
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