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"Better The Devil You Sew" Returns To Oxfam Brighton

29th May 2013

By Sam Kay Oliver

Leading the way with innovative and fun fashion ideas, Oxfam teams in shops around the country love to produce new and exciting events and idea's to upcycle fashion! Oxfam Brighton has returned with their fantastic "Better The Devil You Sew" Summer Collection for 2013. 

This is their third and biggest range so far by this group of creative Oxfam volunteers who have given up their evenings to fashion and up-cycle unwanted clothing. Perfect for the summer trends- there's florals, denim and prints galore, with fabulous mini-skirts for the girls and denim jackets for the lads!


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Using damaged fabrics and donated clothing, the collection has been hand-crafted with care and enthusiasm by Oxfam volunteers in Brighton.

"The Sewing Club is a great opportunity for volunteers to use their sewing skills and creativity to produce completely unique pieces," said Charlotte Davinson, group leader of the Oxfam Sewing Club. 

"The garments not only cater for an eco-conscious customer but, ultimately, raise money for a fantastic cause," she said.

Available exclusively from the Oxfam Brighton from May 31 2013, all profits raised from the sales of these garments will go towards Oxfam's much-needed funds for Oxfam's work.

For more information on the event and the Oxfam Brighton, check out their Facebook and Twitter.

To find your nearest shop, visit the Oxfam Online Shop Finder.