A final collection of womenswear designed by Amy Winehouse for Fred Perry could hit stores this autumn if the star’s family give approval for the line to be released.
A spokesperson for the brand said the posthumous collection has a strong theme but that it cannot be revealed until she gets the go-ahead from Winehouse’s family members whom the brand will meet with on Monday or Tuesday of next week.
The British clothing label, known for its laurel logo and polo shirts, first collaborated with the Queen of Camden for an autumn 10 line which featured 50s inspired styles such as mini pencil skirts and cropped knotted shirts in gingham.
A Hawaiian-themed collection followed for spring 11.
Natalia Damm, PR manager for Fred Perry, said the unseen autumn 11 items include styles made with heavier weight fabrics.
She said: “It’s another season’s worth of autumn styles, between 12 and 20 pieces. As with her first and second collection, there is a strong theme, but all I can say now is it’s a great collection with a variety of products.”
Damm added: “Amy was an absolute delight to work with, she put herself completely into the design process and as always her personality comes out in the designs.”
Fans of Amy’s style can still buy Fred Perry by Amy Winehouse styles online. Asos has limited sizes of the singer’s Herringbone Wool Mix Pencil Skirt, on sale for £80, and her interlaced moccasin stitched shoe in grey and white with a price tag of £50.
Ebay currently has 26 of the star’s clothing range up for auction. The highest price stands at £168.38 for a Fred Perry X Amy Winehouse Crop Harington Plaid Jacket.
Winehouse was found dead in her flat last weekend.