Amy Winehouse's Final Collection for Fred Perry Released
Amy Winehouse's Final Collection for Fred Perry Released

If you were unable to bid on Amy Winehouse's "Back to Black" album cover dress not to worry, you can still snatch the late singers eclectic style! This week the clothing label Fred Perry has released a selection of fashions from the singer's last collection for the label.

"Amy has a unique sense of style that reflects the brand's own historical reference points," Richard Martin, Fred Perry's marketing director told WWD last March. "Amy gave crucial input on proportion, colour and fit. The range clearly has Amy's handwriting."

Amy's collaboration with the fashion label began last year with an Autumn 2010 collection that blended the sultry singers love of all things doowop and Americana. A spokesperson for Fred Perry revealed what to expect from the new range saying: "The collection features an exclusive print scattered with cadillacs, juke boxes and cat's eye sunglasses in a palette of pink mist, pale blue and black."

The new and last Winehouse collection will coincide with the release of Amy Winehouse's final album "Lioness: Hidden Treasures" with all profits donated to The Amy Winehouse Foundation.

The line ranges from $47 to $305 and is available now at Fredperry.com