The Amy Winehouse clothing line for Fred Perry has been drawing a lot of speculation since the tragic singer’s death last month. The brand just announced that for the next two seasons, they will still carry designs from the collaboration.
Fall 2011 and spring 2012 will see the store featuring the singer’s retro-inspired clothing line. It will also bring an end to the four-season partnership between the singer and the brand.
On Monday, a representative for Perry told of Amy’s dedication and passion to the line, and how her signature style is clear in each piece.
In tribute to the singer, the profits from sales of her collection will be donated to the upcoming Amy Winehouse Foundation in addition to a seasonal donation from Fred Perry. The decision was made after a meeting with the Winehouse family.
Winehouse’s father, Mitch, explained that they thought it was natural to continue the line as Amy loved working on it and would have wanted the clothes to be made available.
The collection will be available at all Fred Perry boutiques and through wholesalers worldwide.