It's been three years since Karl Lagerfeld declared Amy Winehouse a fashion icon with a Chanel show inspired by her personal style, and since then the singer has done little prove him right.
Now it seems Winehouse is back in the fashion game. Rumors surfaced a few months ago about an upcoming fashion line, and today WWD confirms they are true. Preppy gingham prints in a palette of pink and black, pencil skirts, girly twinsets, and polo shirts with popped collars make up Winehouse's 17-piece collection designed with British label Fred Perry. According to a Fred Perry spokesperson, Winehouse attended all of three design meetings "where she was closely involved in product style selection and the application of fabric, color and styling details." The lineup will be in stores this October.