A collection of Amy Winehouse’s iconic looks and personal belongings, including a used tube of her signature Rimmel eyeliner, are headed to auction.
The English singer – known for the hits ‘Back To Black’ and her cover of ‘Valerie’ – passed away at age 27 from accidental alcohol poisoning in 2011 after stuggling with addiction.
The treasure trove totals 50 pieces and will be made available during Julien’s Auctions’ upcoming ‘Music Icons’ event in New York City.
It is a three-day extravaganza that kicks off on Friday, May 19 and will come to a close on Sunday, May 21.
The auction will be held in-person at the Hard Rock Cafe in NYC’s Times Square, as well as online via a livestream.
Julien’s Auctions released preview images of the Winehouse collection on Wednesday.
The busty pink, red and yellow dress the Grammy Award-winner famously wore in the music video for her 2004 hit, F**k Me Pumps is a clear standout.
The song was released in August 2004 and is the fourth and final single off Winehouse’s debut album Frank.
Much of the lot consists of costumes designed specifically for her 2011 European tour, which was abruptly canceled after just one performance.
Her kick off show in Serbia that June was branded a ‘disaster’ and a spokesperson for Winehouse announced that remaining tour dates would be scrapped.
That show would end up being her last as she would tragically pass away at her London home just over a month later.
The singer-songwriter was known for her Rockabilly