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March 11, 2011  | by: Ashley Santucci

Amy Winehouse

Rehab singer Amy Winehouse is back and better than ever. According to the U.K. edition of Glamour, she has been sober for almost three years and on top of that, the second collection she helped create for Fred Perry launched on Monday.  The women’s collection for the British sportswear company consists of 32 pieces, all of which Winehouse helped design. She is said to have committed to design four collections for them in total.

Amy's Hawaiian Halter Design

She has been spotted numerous times in the brand’s iconic polos and is a big fan of the company and their clothing. Winehouse’s new collection for Fred Perry has a 50s flair which is a signature style for the singer. It features lots of gingham, unique Hawaiian print, halter-neck dresses, and the iconic Harrington jacket. This season’s collection has doubled in size compared to the last one and also includes shoes and accessories.

Besides the bold colors, one of the most predominant features of the collection is the attention to detail. Many of the items feature cute coconut buttons that add a special twist. The entire collection can be seen here.

Now, all we need is a new album. Are you listening, Amy?

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