Better The Devil You Sew is the name of the brand created by Oxfam volunteers for their redesigned, upcycled garments which are a true inspiration. For those of you not in the know, Oxfam is short for the Oxford Campaign for Famine Relief which has been running for as long as I remember and has charity stores - thrift stores - throughout the UK. They sell everything from books to biodegradeable washing-up liquid, couture to fair trade chocolate. This latest venture gives young designers/redesignators a platform to create outfits from donated clothes and an outlet for their stitching talents - truly heart-warming. At the moment they are in North Street Brighton - the clothes are well stitched, fun and well-priced. Do support this venture if you can - hopefully we shall see more Oxfam shops working with young design/stitching volunteers in this way.