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Let's All Never Forget That Time Apple Made Clothing

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Floppy disks can stay in the past, as can dial-up internets, but one Apple-related feature that must be brought back—preferably immediately—is their ill-fated clothing line from the '80s. The nostalgic style experts over at Complex Magazine have unearthed for your (and our) enjoyment the extra preptastic Apple Collection. We're talking double popped collars. We're talking high waisted belted pants...on men. Trucker hats and visors. Need we say more? See our favorite looks above and start writing letters to Apple—if they don't bring it back, someone will.
· Apple's Forgotten Clothing Line [Complex]
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