Gone but never forgotten: Amy Winehouse's star pals and family come together to raise funds for the homeless during Foundation tribute ball
23:26 GMT, 20 November 2012
It's been almost 16 months since she tragically passed away but Amy Winehouse's memory is far from waning.
A horde of her loved ones, star pals and pop star fans all turned out on Tuesday evening to pay tribute to her at the Amy Winehouse Foundation Ball.
And they ensured it was a night to remember as Amy's friend and collaborator Mark Ronson hosted the night at the Dorchester Hotel in London.
Nearest and dearest: Amy Winehouse's father and her pal and former lover Tyler James were among the guests at the Foundation Ball on Tuesday evening in London
They came together to raise cash for the homeless, while dedicating the evening to the memory of the Back To Black hitmaker.
And everyone from X Factor stars to her mother and father, as well as the likes of Paloma Faith and Barbara Windsor turned up.
Amy's father, Mitch, who looked jolly and dapper as he walked the carpet, said on the evening: 'We're just really carrying on the work she was starting. She was particularly concerned with homeless people as well.'
Close: The rehab hitmaker's Goddaughter Dionne Bromfield mingled with the stars and family friends as they helped to raise money for the homeless
Host of the night: Super producer Mark Ronson, who was a friend and collaborator of Amy, presided over the ball at London's Dorchester Hotel
It was also host to teenage X factor reject Ella Henderson, who has managed to remain dignified since departing the series at the weekend.
And she's already getting used to her new found showbiz lifestyle, despite no longer being part of the programme.
On Tuesday night the 16-year-old mingled with a host of stars as she was invited to the Amy Winehouse Foundation Ball, even rubbing shoulders with James Arthur, the man who was saved instead of her on Sunday night's X Factor.
Loving mother: Janice Winehouse wore purple and a big simile to the event, which honoured Amy's life
The men in her life: Amy's boyfriend Reg Traviss showed up looking noticably thinner, while Tyler James, a former lover, was also on hand to celebrate the special event
Suited and booted: Mitch posed up next to his wife Jane as they arrived at the Foundation Ball
But she seems to have accepted the shock as she looked perfectly happy and content as she posed up on the pink carpet.
She wore a cute navy velvet dress with belt detailing, tights and boots, while her hair was worn up in her staple bouffant half up 'do.
Star guest: Barbara cosied up to Mitch and looked delighted to be invited in the audience
Standing proud: X Factor's Ella Henderson has wasted no time in throwing herself into the showbiz scene following her shock axe from the show two days ago
Fancy seeing you here: She looked happy and content as she mingled with the stars at the Amy Winehouse Foundation Ball, even bumping into James Arthur, who was saved instead of her on Sunday
Ella posed with her hand on her hip as she composed herself for the attention she would no doubt be receiving.
And James Arthur was also among the guests in honour of the late Rehab singer.
He wore a a suit jacket with skinny jeans and a thin tie as he turned out at the bash at London's Dorchester Hotel.
Tribute: Amy Winehouse's God daughter Dionne Bromfield looked all grown up in her black gown with red shoes as she showed up to London's Dorchester Hotel
Ladies in black: Patsy Palmer, Emma Noble and Keira Chaplin also opted for dark glamorous ensembles for the ball on Tuesday evening
Bonding: Tyler had been best friends with Amy for years and was often spotted out partying with her
Lady in black: Model Sophie Anderton posed to perfection as she also made her way inside
Among the other stars were former Made In Chelsea star Kimberley Garner, who ignored the predominant black tie theme by standing out in a bright coral frock.
The floorlength gown did, of course, show off her back while she bared even more flesh with the very high side-split.
Catalina Guirado also went for bright as she wore a similar pink gown to the bash.
Following the theme: Most of the guests, such as singers Paloma Faith and Mica Paris, also opted for classic evening dress
Although the majority of the guests kept to dark evening dress.
Winehouse's Goddaughter Dionne Bromfield looked grown up in her floorlength black number with side split and red shoes, while Mica Paris also went for an all black ensemble.
EastEnders star Patsy Palmer, Emma Noble and Palmoa Faith were also donning black get-ups as thy were entertained by the likes of Jamie Cullum and Tyler James.
Pretty in floral: Veteran actress Barbara Windsor dressed up to the nines for the occasion as she enjoyed the fundraiser
Baring their backs: Former Made In Chelsea star Kimberley Garner was one of the only stars to go for colour, ensuring she stood out in a coral backless gown, as did Catalina Guirado in pink
The Voice star, who is also an ex of Winehouse, rubbed shoulders with Amy's boyfriend before she died, Reg Traviss.
Looking notably thinner, the filmmaker looked dapper in a suit as he supported the cause alongside the rest of her nearest and dearest.
The charity was set up in honour of the singer last year following her July death, raising 230,000 in its first year.
Dapper: Even Matt Goss was in town to attend among the likes of Mark Ronson
Winehouse fan: Jade Jagger was also among the star attendees as the likes of Jamie Cullum and Tyler James took to the mic
It comes as Mitch Winehouse also revealed plans to unveil a statue of his famous daughter.
He said: '[It] will be accompanied by a concert. We want to make it like a Live Aid type concert where we get maybe four, five, six hours' worth. People doing a couple of songs each… Obviously that involves a lot of people. So far the response has been incredible.'
Tribute: The Foundation was set up in memory of Amy following her tragic death last July