Amy Winehouse's final, posthumous album, Lioness: Hidden Treasures, will officially hit stores tomorrow. The new album cover has been unveiled ahead of the release.
Like her Back to Black art, it's understated with a classic feel.
The cover is vintage Amy Winehouse, with her trademark beehive, '60s style winged black eyeliner and tattoos, her eyes downcast in a vulnerable, melancholy state ...
The photo, taken by singer Bryan Adams of all people in 2007, is subtle and tasteful, to be expected given that the album has received the Winehouse family's blessing.
In related news, the printed chiffon Disaya-designed dress the late star wore for the cover of Back to Black, the Grammy-winning 2006 smash, has been auctioned.
Proceeds from the sale - $68,000 by a Chilean music museum, randomly - will benefit the Amy Winehouse Foundation, as will money made her new album sales.
Amy Winehouse (1983-2011).