Amy Winehouse’s Retro Steez Lives On In Her Final Fred Perry Fashion


It’s been four months and we’re still aching over the tragic death of Amy Winehouse. But today the pain of her loss is lessened slightly with the release of two new products that celebrate what made her a legend: her music and her style. The posthumous collection Lioness: Hidden Treasures hit shelves and speakers today, and the final designs from her fashion collaboration with Fred Perry were officially released. The 14 styles were unveiled today on the clothing company’s website as part of the Spring 2012 collection. The selections included shirts, skirts and handbags, all heavily soaked in her trademark retro vibe.

“Referencing Amy’s love of ’50s Americana and art deco Miami, the collection features an exclusive print scattered with Cadillacs, jukeboxes and cats-eye sunglasses in a palette of pink mist, pale blue and black,” the site explains. They definitely borrowed liberally from the singer’s everyday dress. In fact, we’ve seen her out and about in most of these looks for years! And most important, they’re still as hot as ever. Back to Black is the new black, you guys! Check out the gallery below to see how the collection compares with the star herself.

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