GAIA & GALAS

The Travel Skirt supports private & public corporations, 501 c3 non profits, independent working artists, & entrepreneurs. Veronica Lynn Harper travels internationally for projects & fundraisers with a similar vision & mindset. The Travel Skirt brand believes through art and expression we can heal our connection with each other & the planet. Producing events around sensitive topics opens up communication & support in areas where its needed most in our world. If you have an upcoming event you wish to discuss? Ring Veronica at the number listed, or email at the address on the contact tab. She offers donations of art for auction, rental of art for showcase display, live painting, live workshops, hands on demos, & panel discussions on various topics: entrepreneur lifestyle, marketing your voice, fine art, eco, technology, & fashion at international events.

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Activism for Humanity, Animals, & the Planet

VERONICA LYNN HARPER

ART FOR AUCTION  .  LIVE PAINTING  .  PANEL DISCUSSION . DEMOS

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UPCOMING EVENTS

RAINFOREST GALA & RUNWAY SHOW . FASHION FOR CONSERVATION & HOJA NUEVA

Mark your calendars for this wild event and stay tuned for the full lineup! Tickets are extremely limited - get them before they're gone!

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Rainforest Gala & Runway

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Benefiting FFC & Hoja Nueva 501(c)(3)

Seattle, Block 41

Thursday, September 20, 2018 at Seattle's newest and most sophisticated private event venue—Fashion for Conservation and Hoja Nueva will take our most dedicated donors on a walk through the world's jungles in style; we are back hosting what will be the 4th annual runway show and gala to protect the Amazon rainforest.

Witness this exquisite evening of international art and fashion — inspired by the richly diverse rainforests of the world; join us for an evening of diverse flavors and cultures, captivating sounds of the wild, and vibrant styles inspired by rainforests to save unprotected rainforest in the lower Peruvian Amazon. Help us create a space diverse peoples can share and celebrate their unique stories and experiences living in harmony with wildlife and their habitats. This event funds rainforest conservation, wildlife research and rehabilitation, and sustainable agriculture with 501(c)(3) nonprofit Hoja Nueva (hojanueva.org).

TWO PART EVENT

6:30 PM: Three-course Dinner Gala, Auction, and Presentations

8:00 PM: Fashion Show - Six Rainforest-Inspired Collections

In previous seasons the gala has featured animal and rainforest-inspired collections from as many as 18 international designers and hosted between 500-800 guests each time while making a huge impact to conserve rainforest in the Peruvian Amazon...

The full event will host only 350 guests, so RSVP at your soonest convenience today!

The urgency of conserving the earth's rainforests now goes beyond cultural and wildlife preservation. Fragmented forests resulting from increased agriculture store less carbon and adversely impact wildlife movement and gene flow, resulting in higher levels of atmospheric carbon and regional species declines. As a component of the recent Paris Accord, slowing climate change by method of conserving rainforest is an urgent matter that requires strong institutional support for projects that shift how we source our food, water and energy, and support for rainforest conservation and habitat protection.

Hoja Nueva confronts deforestation in the Peruvian Amazon by conserving rainforest and building capacity within remote and indigenous communities by developing micro-finance programs and empowering women; implementing rigorous scientific research in waste management, water and wildlife; and creating alternative income opportunities that protect indigenous culture and wildlife habitat.

"Thanks to last year's rainforest gala, our zero-carbon footprint eco-lodge has been built in the lowland Amazon rainforest along with 2000 trees to create a research center that provides conservation and agroforestry education in a world threatened by rampant deforestation and climate change," states co-founder of Fashion for Conservation and Hoja Nueva director Samantha Zwicker.

Block 41 is Seattle's newest and most sophisticated private event venue, located in the heart of the bustling Belltown neighborhood. Address: 115 Bell St, Seattle, WA 98121

For media inquiries please contact pr@fashionforconservation.com

For ticket inquiries please contact info@hojanueva.org