In a giving mood, the singer donated $30,000 worth of dresses from Alexander McQueen and Luella Bartley among others to charity.
British singer Amy Winehouse has shown off her caring side by donating $30,000 of designer frocks to a charity shop in London. The "Rehab" hitmaker has reportedly handed over garments by Alexander McQueen and Luella Bartley to the unnamed store following a cleaning spree after moving house.
A source tells Britain's The Sun, "Amy turned up in a people carrier with loads of stuff in bin liners. Top, top designer gear. You'd imagine half of it would be covered in fag burns and smell of wild nights out but it was all in tip-top condition. Amy was joking with the shop girls that she has become addicted to cleaning."
"She has just moved house and said it was therapeutic getting her Marigolds (rubber gloves) on in just her underwear and having a clear out. She promised there was more to come. The shop has been going like a fair since word got out."