WilliamVintage + Oxfam New!

Are you one of those people who looks longingly at women in their latest vintage finds, thinking, why can't I ever unearth something like that? We feel your pain. But help is now at hand in the shape of vintage king William Banks-Blaney, who has teamed up with Oxfam to edit its rails - so you don't have to.

In his new role as the charity's Fashion Patron, William - who you may better know under his brand name, WilliamVintage - will be working with charity on a series of initiatives to change the way people perceive and buy second-hand fashion. He's kicking things off with The Edit: a special capsule collection collated online from his tireless visits to Oxfam warehouses and stores nationwide.

"I am delighted to be the Oxfam Fashion Patron for 2013 and excited to work with Oxfam, showcasing their amazing selection of clothes and the great work this global charity carries out," says William of his appointment.

And, with Lana del Rey, Eva Green, Rachel Zoe and Rihanna among his A-list fans, you're sure to find something that'll make you feel a million dollars for much less - and with a clean conscience to boot. What's not to love?

Says Sarah Farquhar, head of retail brand at Oxfam: "Oxfam has been a much-loved face on the British high street for many years, but it's vital that we keep reinventing ourselves to meet the needs of our customers. William has a fantastic knowledge of fashion history and an incredible ability to unearth sartorial gems in minutes. We hope that seeing Oxfam fashion through his eyes will inspire women to feel confident experimenting with second-hand clothing. The added bonus being that every single item bought in an Oxfam shop contributes to work which helps millions of people living in poverty every year."

Shop the first WilliamVintage Oxfam edit, in celebration of Vogue's Online Fashion Week, now.