The Better Project: Music, sustainable fashion and climate change

A couple of dozen creatives have teamed up to put on an immersive music and sustainable fashion show, hoping to raise awareness of climate change. This team, also known as 'The Better Project', hope to turn St George's Church in Kemp Town into a haven of flowers, trees, ethical clothes and electronic pop music on 23rd April.

Sounds great, right? Of course. But there's just one thing... they need our help to put it together. And by help, we mean money.

Bear with us, and watch this video.

The idea for the show came from Brighton singer-songwriter and looper, LuAmi. She wanted to launch her latest EP 'Better' surrounded by her other interests: sustainable fashion and climate change awareness.

She's partnered up with sustainable fashion designers Rhiannon Hunt, Nicole Poynter from Mimzy Design, Amy Ward and Sophie Dunster, Founder of Gung Ho and Creative Director of Montesogno. Their garments will walk down the runway whilst LuAmi plays through her set.

The immersive element comes from Brighton-based garden designer, Daniella Krasnanova, who will be decorating St Georgeโ€™s Church in beautiful flowers and trees.

There will also be stalls that are promoting and selling products by local creative businesses, including Kalula JewelleryHarper and Finch and SiSi.

The Better Project has the potential to be an incredible evening. It just needs a little push to get there.

They've got some great prizes too - if you need heavily discounted haircuts, clothes, beauty products, jewellery and business consultancy sessions to persuade you a little more.

Donate to their Kickstarter campaign by following this link - and remember, no money comes out unless they meet their target.

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