Jean Paul Gaultier’s Amy Winehouse Tribute At Paris Haute Couture Show

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Although it’s only been a mere six months since singer Amy Winehouse’s tragic death, it is clear that she has left quite a legacy behind, both musically and fashionably.

Designer Jean Paul Gaultier decided to take Amy Winehouse’s signature style, slightly alter it here and there and send it down the runway in a tribute to the singer. The Spring/Summer 2012 Couture collection featured Amy’s signature polo shirt style, cut up and sexed up for the catwalk, and teamed with pencil skirts, heels and the signature beehive. The polo shirts featured low-cut necklines and a ‘G’ symbol in place of the usual Fred Perry logo.

As well as the beehives, all of the models displayed Amy’s signature eye-make up look in the form of heavy eyeliner as well as her beauty spot above the top lip.

For the show’s finale, models took to the runway wearing black veils, walking alongside four males performing doo-wop versions of Winehouse’s biggest hits.

We absolutely loved the Couture collection and think it’s a great way to pay tribute to the late great Amy Winehouse.

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