Amy Winehouse Now A Fashion Designer

Her music career might be up in the air, but Amy Winehouse is launching a clothing collection with Fred Perry — a brand sometimes associated with skinheads.

Amy is a "loyal fan" of classic Fred Perry stuff, in keeping with her retro/mod dancehall/ska vibe, and the collection mostly consists of pieces in black and pink — twinsets, pencil skirts, capri pants, a mini bowling dress and, of course, polo shirts.

Fred Perry was a tennis and table-tennis champ in the '30s, but at some point, the Fred Perry logo — a white wreath — became a favorite with skinheads, both traditional (non-racist) and racist. While there are white wreaths on some vintage Nazi memorabilia, the Fred Perry logo is actually a laurel, honoring Perry's Wimbeldon and Davis Cup wins.

In any case, the sketches of Amy's clothes look really cute. Now if she would just make music.

Amy Winehouse Teams With Fred Perry On Fashion Line [WWD]
Amy Winehouse Teams Up With Fred Perry [Elle UK]
Amy Winehouse Focuses On Fashion With New Line for Fred Perry [People]