Amy Winehouse’s Fred Perry Collection Releases

Meets Obsession / August 25, 2011

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After the untimely death of troubled singer Amy Winehouse, and with the consent of her family, the classic clothing company Fred Perry released the Amy Winehouse 2011 collection.

Winehouse’s father gave the company the green light to move forward to honor the design works of his late daughter.

Winehouse had worked with Fred Perry in the past. In her final collection, she designed pieces that catered to her signature 50’s style look. Houndstooth prints were seen throughout the entire collection of slim fitting dresses, pencil skirts and accessories.

Fred Perry will donate all profits from the collection to the Amy Winehouse foundation.

The collection is available at Fred Perry boutiques and online at with prices that range from 60 to 195 pounds.

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Rhi Strayer
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