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Will Fred Perry Still Release Amy Winehouse Collaborations?

Will Fred Perry release posthumous Amy Winehouse designs?

In October 2010 the heritage sportswear brand Fred Perry released it’s first range of clothing in which they had collaborated with the late Amy Winehouse. The range consisted of iconic herringbone miniskirts, tight polo shirts, skinny fit gingham trousers and deck-style loafers. Perfect accompaniments to her signature fifties style.

In an interview last year with Harper’s Bazaar magazine Miss Winehouse disclosed that she had in fact finished all forthcoming work on the collections up until Autumn/Winter 2012.

The brand has announced the following statement: ‘We had a great working and personal relationship with Amy during the design and development of the collaboration. Amy’s unique sense of style and attitude pervaded the entire collection. She was a pleasure to work with and will be deeply missed by the entire Fred Perry team.’ A spokesmen has stated that they will not be confirming the future sale of the collaboration saying that they will be leaving it down to the discretion and wishes of the Winehouse family: ‘‘Everything is on hold until we speak with Amy’s family and management.”

Fred Perry’s website has completely sold out of the collection since last weekends tragic news. There are three items on ASOS that are still available in the form of a pink polo shirt, grey wool mix pencil skirt and some moccasins. Below is a shot of a bright faced Amy modelling the latter items and following that, the rest of the collection. Photographing the range was rockstar turned photographer Bryan Adams.

 

Photo: Bryan Adams

Photo: Bryan Adams

Photo: Bryan Adams

Photo: Bryan Adams

Photo: Bryan Adams

Photo: Bryan Adams

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