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Marina Abromovic at New York's Museum of Modern Art
Today's pop culture roundup:
(via the Daily What)
Apple's legendary leader Steve Jobs became known for his trademark black turtleneck and jeans, but that wasn't the only version of Jobs' aesthetic. As Jobs steps down from his iconic run as Apple's CEO, a look back at the looks that defined the man.
In this 1970s photo of a young Steve Jobs with Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak, Jobs has a beatnik meets hippie look going on, but you can already see that turtleneck collar he would later make his calling card.
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Jobs has tried on a variety of facial hair, but while displaying the Apple II in 1977, he goes with a pretty standard business look with a shirt and tie.
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The height of 1980s business fashion sense, Jobs goes clean cut with a suit and a bow tie, showing off an early Macintosh in 1984. It was still black and white, and the early Macintoshes didn't even have internal hard drives the way we've come to know them, relying on diskettes.