Amy Winehouse's Clothes Given Away to Fans by Father
"This is what she would have wanted," says Mitch, who keeps her ballet slippers, guitar and notebooks.
Amy Winehouse's clothes were given away on Thursday by her father, Mitch, to fans who have been holding vigil outside the London home in which she died last Saturday.
"These are Amy's T-shirts. This is what she would have wanted - for her fans to have her clothes," Mitch said as he distributed her wardrobe, according to the U.K. Sun, which has photos.
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"They were very small in size and skinny, like her figure," explained John Gallagher, 16, whose dad received a pair of the singer's sunglasses.
Said London resident Brigitte Pividal, 52, who received a vest of Grammy winner's: "I will cherish this for the rest of my life."
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Mitch kept his daughter's guitar and notebooks. A pair of her ballet slippers were spotted in the back pocket of his pants. "God bless Amy Winehouse," he said before leaving in a cab.
Winehouse's grandfather, manager and her film director boyfriend Reg Traviss were spotted at her home Thursday, the Sun reports.
They went to the synagogue for the final night of the 7-day mourning practice of sitting shiva.