Amy Winehouse’s stage wardrobe, fashion sets and personal items preview at the Hard Rock Cafe Times Square – Times Square Chronicles

From Monday, October 11 to 17, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the Hard Rock Cafe New York, located at 1501 Broadway, the properties of Amy Winehouse’s life and career will be on display.

Property From The Life And Career Of Amy Winehouse will pay tribute to the British singer and songwriter whom the BBC’s Garry Mulholland has called “the preeminent vocal talent of her generation”.

This auction will feature Amy Winehouse’s most iconic dresses, shoes, jewelry and accessories on stage, photoshoot and performances, synonymous with the individualistic style and artistic signature of the superstar of the five-time Grammy Award-winning retro-soul and pop diva. With his most personal objects, all will be presented for the first time at auction.

Highlighted items from this auction include the wardrobe and accessories worn by Winehouse in her most famous and iconic looks and performances that established her not only as a singular artist of immense talent, but also of an individual and avant-garde style.

On offer will be Winehouse’s dress worn in her last stage performance in Belgrade during her 2011 summer festival tour – a custom-made bodycon halter mini dress designed by stylist Naomi Parry, the designer behind it. image of Winehouse at the height of its glory. 2006-2011.

Winehouse’s bold heart-shaped red leather handbag with a velvet lining used at the 2007 BRIT Awards, custom-made and designed for her by Moschino, is also another iconic look associated with the singer.
Another wardrobe worn on stage includes a black Tina Kalivas fitted skirt with orange polka dots in a geometric pattern worn by Winehouse at the 50th Annual Grammy Awards in 2008, when she won five of the six awards she won. been nominated.

Dolce & Gabbana pieces include a leopard-print, midi-length D&G pencil skirt that was pulled up into a mini skirt worn by Winehouse for her performance at the 2008 BRIT Awards.

Featured items will travel around the world to South America, Europe and the United States for the public to view prior to the auction.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale will be donated to the Amy Winehouse Foundation. The Amy Winehouse Foundation was created by her parents Mitch and Janis Winehouse with a mission to educate and support vulnerable young adults with substance abuse issues.

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