Amy Winehouse

Optic Photos, PacificCoastNews.com

If you didn't have megabucks to buy the dress Amy Winehouse wore on her Back to Black cover at auction last week, here's a second chance to get a piece of the late singer's clothes that's a lot easier on the pocketbook.

Fred Perry released a limited selection of items in its fashion collaboration with the late singer today, to coincide with the release of Winehouse's posthumous album Lioness: Hidden Treasures.

The 14 pieces—which reference "Amy's love of '50s Americana and Art Deco Miami," according to fredperry.com—are a small sample of the entire spring 2012 collection, and the fourth and final one that the 27-year-old designed with the old-school British brand.

Proceeds from the sales will benefit the Amy Winehouse foundation, and Fred Perry will also be making a donation to the charity.

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