Monday, August 12, 2013

Steve Jobs Fashion Icon

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Many of us know how Steve Jobs changed the world of technology with his Apple products, but did you know he was also a fashion icon? Jobs had a uniform that consisted of a black turtleneck designed by Japanese Designer Issey Miyake and a pair of Levi's 501 Jeans that he wore for years. According to an interview by Walter Issacson, Jobs believed that uniforms were a way of bonding workers to their company, but after that idea received an unfavorable response from his employees, he decided to keep the idea for himself.

Steve Jobs Fashion Icon

This Friday, the extraordinary story of Steve Jobs comes to theaters explaining both his epic and turbulent times and how he changed the world forever! In honor of Steve Jobs and his unique style, I would love to see how you would interpret Steve Jobs' signature look. It could be your own personal look or a collage. Follow Fashion of Philly on Instagram and share your look by Friday, August 16 with the hashtag #stevejobsfashionicon and you might see your pic posted on!

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