She may have cancelled her doomed-from-the-get-go long-awaited UK comeback gig, but that hasn't stopped Amy Winehouse embarking on a new endeavor:
Her own clothing line.
The troubled star, who is currently residing (note that the media finally stopped calling it a vacation) in St. Lucia, has been announced as the latest celebrity to lend their signature style to London-based fashion label, PPQ.
No word on whether PPQ plans on naming the new line "Heroin Chic" or whether each purchase will come with a voucher for a free bottle of malt liquor.
All we know is that somewhere, Blake Fielder-Civil is plotting how to get his hands on 50 percent of the royalties. Or where to get his next fix.
This is pretty much our reaction to most Amy Winehouse news.
While Wino may seem an unlikely fashion muse, PPQ is no stranger to London party girls - having paired up with Peaches Geldof in its first celebrity collaboration.
Launching later this year, Winehouse will design a capsule collection for Amy Molyneaux and Percy Parker's fashion line, set to be a homage to the starlet's look.
Her look? What would that be, exactly? Tattered denim shorts, cleavage-baring dresses? Open-toed shoes that provide easy access to the veins between your toes?
Sounds about right.
Sounds like a can't-miss proposition ... provided it doesn't require Amy to physically show up anywhere to promote it. Odds of her being conscious are iffy at best.