The touching story behind Amy Winehouse's most iconic tattoo – and why the artist will never replicate it

In addition to that huge and instantly recognisable voice, Amy Winehouse very much had her own aesthetic.

Often imitated but never duplicated to the same effect, the singer’s distinct rockabilly style also incorporated several intricate and personal tattoos.

There was the pocket on her chest, a bird on her forearm, a horsehoe with writing and two pin-up girls on each of her upper arms.

It’s the pin-up girl on her right shoulder which has once again captured the public’s imagination, six years after her death.

London-based tattooist Henry Hate has recounted the first time the jazz singer

To see the full content, share this page by clicking one of the buttons below

Click here to Read from the source


Check Also

SMEs may be worst affected by Brexit, research suggests

Small and medium-sized businesses may be worst affected when the UK leaves the EU, new ...