Amy Winehouse’s untimely death shocked the world this summer, but her fashion legacy is living on. To coincide with the release of her posthumous album Lioness: Hidden Treasures, Fred Perry is releasing some selected pieces from her last collection for the label, the Telegraph is reporting.
The collection of 14 pieces from the singer’s spring 2012 line bowed today exclusively on FredPerry.com, and the profits will be donated to the Amy Winehouse Foundation. Fred Perry also made a “seasonal” donation to the charity.
The pieces are consistent with her past collections and reflect her love of all things from the Fifties. This collection specifically references art deco Miami, and features a print of Cadillacs, jukeboxes and cat-eye sunglasses. The print has a comic strip look and shows up on a shirt dress, a bowling bag, a cropped tie shirt, and a belt. The other pieces include a range of sweaters (argyle, pastels, and gingham), cropped shorts, pedal pushers, and a halter dress.
Click through to see the pieces, which range from £55.00 to £195.00.