When Apple Was Selling Clothes In 1986

Back in 1986, long before the release of the iPhone and other Macbook, the famous brand Apple decided to launch their own clothing line with The Apple Collection, offering t-shirts, polo shirts or caps with the Apple logo, but also designs straight out the kitsch atmosphere of the 80s!

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