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Celebrities, all through their lives, live in pomp and show. They are at times so alienated from their own self as well as their kith and kin that they find

Amy Winehouse by Bryan Adams, Harper's Bazaar, November 2010

Forever Amy by Bryan Adams

The last record from a generational legend (buy at y-fimusic.com)

3. Amy Winehouse- Back to Black

Trend #3: Late 1950's/Early1960's Pin-Up Girl Revival  The pin-up style of the 1960's made a comeback in the mid-2000's, mainly through the influence of British pop musicians like Amy Winehouse. This lead to extreme cat-eye liner, voluminous beehive hairstyles, rompers, light neck-scarves, as well plaid and tweed fabrics. Designers such as Anna Sui adapted this style.

Trend #3: Late 1950's/Early1960's Pin-Up Girl Revival The pin-up style of the 1960's made a comeback in the mid-2000's, mainly through the influence of British pop musicians like Amy Winehouse. This lead to extreme cat-eye liner, voluminous beehive hairstyles, rompers, light neck-scarves, as well plaid and tweed fabrics. Designers such as Anna Sui adapted this style.

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