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Amy Winehouse for Fred Perry

Before Amy Winehouse's tragic death in August last year, the singer collaborated on four collections for cult British label Fred Perry. With the A/W11 range received well by fans and Amy aficionados, her family have decided to release the final, S/S 12 collection designed by the singer.

Referencing her love of vintage 1950’s Americana and art deco Miami, the collection is typically Amy, featuring retro high-waisted shorts, argyle knits, a bustier dress and the classic Fred Perry shirt, all in a pastel palette paired with black and white. There's even an 'Amy' print featuring a cadillac and juke box. We're sure Amy fans worldwide will snap up these pieces, each a fitting tribute to the singer's iconic style.

See the key pieces from the collection below, all available from fredperry.com from 31 January.

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