The exhibition, dedicated to Amy Winehouse’s unique style, opens 10 years after her death at the Design Museum in London.
Her style was a mix of 50s-inspired pencil skirts worn with loud printed short dresses and polo shirts. She always completes the look with her tall hive and winged i-liner.
Amy: Beyond the stage It will be an immersive tour featuring the singer’s personal fashion items for the first time. It opens on 26 November 2021.
The collection featured a pair of winehouse iconic outfits including a yellow princess dress and a red Moschino bag for the 2007 Brits, as well as her first electric guitar and notebook filled with handwritten lyrics.
The exhibition includes an installation designed by artist Chiara Stephenson, which was inspired by the Metropolis studio where Winehouse recorded her album. Black with black In
This is an immersive finish in the space where the museum says it was inspired by her The tears will dry themselves Record Winehouse’s computer-generated statistics and handwritten material from her archive have been animated by Studio Moros.
The Rehabilitation The singer, who won five Grammys in one night at the 2008 awards, died tragically at age 27 in 2011 from alcohol poisoning. The show completes a decade from her death.
Priya Khanchandani, curatorial head of the Design Museum, says the exhibition focuses on winehouse musician, fashion and inspiration from 1960s American pop and jazz soul and R&B.
Winehouse friend and stylist Naomi Parry also worked with the singer’s family and the museum on the show.
To mark the launch of Winehouse’s birthday anniversary and exhibition, a hand-painted poster designed by Studio Moros was unveiled on Camden High Street on September 14. It lasts two weeks.
The show comes after a BBC documentary Recovering Amy Aired this summer, her family takes on her life and legacy.
The Winehouse Estate is now working on releasing the singer’s new startup, concert production and biography.
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