• Apple's 1986 Clothing Collection
  • Posted 28 months ago by Jack Lowe · culture · 310787 Views
  • Believe it or not, Apple - now the biggest tech company in the world - once ventured into the world of fashion, releasing an entire collection in 1986. A far cry from their current day minimal aesthetics, the "sports-casual" men's, women's and children's range was garish and loud, with many pieces featuring the Apple logo in a variety of colours.

    The collection's catalogue was re-discovered by fashion blog The Trad, who write "Most of that Apple clothing is just funny. Kind of ironic that Jobs went with the anti-fashion mock turtle neck and jeans look."

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    • Trent Posted 28 months ago · 78 Reply
    • Where can I get these? I really iLike it!
    • grizli123 Posted 28 months ago · 96 Reply
    • Love it!
    • Jon-Jon Tan The Man Dot Comme Des Fuck Yu Posted 28 months ago · 79 Reply
    • Let's all wear them ironically.
    • Michael Posted 28 months ago · 83 Reply
    • Funny that this was released in 1986 and Steve Jobs was fired in 1985 ;)
    • Magnus Jansson Posted 28 months ago · 82 Reply
    • This is super tight. Very old school. Make sure to check out this other fashion site www.SWAGNET.net for the coolest clothes. The site is just like this.
    • ryan Posted 28 months ago · 59 Reply
    • i feel like i should hate it but for some reason it pulls me in and i love it?
    • josh Posted 28 months ago · 79 Reply
    • I'd buy the t-shirt (4th picture) and the violet swetshirt (5th picture). And maybe the blue pants (8th picture) and blue shirt (10th picture). I would if I could.
    • klma Posted 28 months ago · 53 Reply
    • So Apple owners have always dressed like cunts...
    • Lee Posted 28 months ago · 80 Reply
    • You would know, Lee. You own a Mac and dress like a cunt.
    • Greg Posted 28 months ago · 71 Reply
    • ...so do I btw.
    • Greg Posted 28 months ago · 66 Reply
    • Looks like the Bitterwallet crew have arrived.
    • W0nKeY HeNrY Posted 28 months ago · 84 Reply
    • honestly... id rather dress like this than own a mac :)
    • Guido Posted 28 months ago · 98 Reply
    • Google logo looks a copy of this!
    • nw Posted 28 months ago · 58 Reply
    • Almost as cool as Microsoft's clothing range in 2008.... http://www.microsoft.com/windows/softwearbymicrosoft/collections/classic/
    • Robin Posted 28 months ago · 63 Reply
    • He may be cool, but he's only two popped-collars cool.
    • Rog Posted 28 months ago · 71 Reply
    • ^^^^ hahahah
    • tom Posted 28 months ago · 96 Reply
    • Ah the 80s, where everyone was dressed like a Swatch.
    • Rudy Posted 28 months ago · 77 Reply
    • iLove it.
    • Laura Posted 28 months ago · 108 Reply
    • "Most of that Apple clothing is just funny. Kind of ironic that Jobs went with the anti-fashion mock turtle neck and jeans look." Just for reference, Steve Jobs had been ousted from his position in Apple in 1985 and hadn't returned until 1997.
    • Anonymous Posted 21 months ago · 88 Reply
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