Fred Perry has decided to release the final pieces from its Amy Winehouse collection, reports Telegraph.
"Referencing Amy's love of '50s Americana and art deco Miami, the collection features an exclusive print scattered with Cadillacs, juke boxes and cats-eye sunglasses in a palette of pink mist, pale blue and black," the site says.
Fred Perry says royalties and fees from the collection, which ranges from 55-195 pounds will be donated to The Amy Winehouse Foundation, which supports at-risk youth, with an additional charitable donation.
Seems like a fitting way to honor Winehouse's musical legacy.
Amy's clothing continues to earn money after her death. Just last week, the white dress Amy wore on her "Back to Black" cover sold for a whopping $67,500.
Check out our slideshow below to see some of the looks, and peruse the rest on FredPerry.com.
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