A US auction house is selling clothes worn by the man himself, should any Apple fans wish to don Jobs' iconic turtleneck and jeans.
It's even possible to buy the leather jacket he wore when he gave IBM the finger in 1983 — if you want to pay US$4,000 for it.
Auction site Julien's Live is giving people 21 days to recreate Jobs' wardrobe, from his bathrobe to his wrist watch.
Lot 781 of 901 is listed as the "Steve Jobs Blue Jeans Outfit" on sale for US$400. It includes a pair of Levi jeans, a shirt and silk bow tie owned by the Apple founder.
You can even get hold of an electric razor or any one of his many bow ties — or maybe a set of his keys?
'Unlike Any Other Auction'
Julian's Auctions, based in Beverly Hills in Los Angeles specializes in "entertainment memorabilia, Beatles memorabilia and rock memorabilia…unlike any other auction company."
Seriously, where else would you find Steve Jobs' famous leather jacket listed on a site along with a naked statue of Donald Trump?