The brand will be showcasing its Lush Film Fund, which helps young filmmakers break into the industry. Guests will be able to meet the independent directors who have benefitted from the initiative.
Visitors can also test the brand's products, and discover how Lush aims to tackle some of the beauty industry's biggest problems. The Lush Kitchen Live will demonstrate how the brand's concoctions are made.
Music will also play a role, with gigs from up and coming musical talent and music-themed experiential installations.
The event will take place on 5 September, with pop ups across London. So far, Old Billingsgate in east London is the only confirmed location. Consumers will need to buy tickets for £25.
In February, Lush launched its two-day Lush Summit, offering a variety of workshops and themed activities, centred around the brand's ethical ethos.
For your daily hit of news from the brand experience community, weekly brand and inspiration updates or your monthly trend download, register and subscribe to Event and our bulletins.
Comment below to let us know what you think.