Apple’s annual developers conference, the WWDC, has been and gone for another year, leaving us with more than a few exciting announcements like a new iOS, the launch of the HomePod, and a newly-designed App Store.

But the fashion-minded among us might be a little more interested in the free merch gifted to this year’s attendees.

Apple’s clothing normally sticks to comfy essentials — perfect for when you’re in front of your computer all day — but this year the company changed things up a bit, debuting a custom black denim Levi’s trucker jacket.

The minimal jacket features all-black stitching alongside a white embroidered “WWDC17″ to commemorate the event. Developers were also given a set of pins, including the Apple rainbow symbol, as well as a personalized flag pin of their home country to showcase Apple’s international workforce and add a bit of national pride.

In other news, Gap’s new “Bridging the Gap” campaign is all about individuality.

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