Imagine sporting this trend with your new MacBook Pro.
The newest generation of Apple products in the ’80s meant stylin’ gear for kids.
Apple is easily recognized worldwide by a small, bitten apple. In the ’80s, you’d be lucky to have someone be able to read the font on this t-shirt, let alone remember the logo.
In the ’80s, “think different” meant green and yellow tracksuits?
Apple products today meticulously layer parts of a laptop together for a seamless look — their fashion line called for layering three sweaters at a time. Not so seamless though.
Trucker hats and workout clothes to take your Apple pride to the gym.
Forget a new iPad case, these belts are timeless.
Back in 1986, Apple designers took their talents to the closet creating a catalog full of extra short-shorts and trucker hats with rainbow-shaded Apple logos.
They called it “The Apple Collection.”
The idea is far from the modern, sleek, minimalist and timeless design that make Apple products the sensation they are today.
It’s hard to imagine the black-turtleneck-loving Steve Jobs sporting these neon tracksuits.
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