Plant-Terra is a lifestyle website that advocates for a more conscious and considered approach to consumption. Exploring sustainability and cruelty-free living — from clean beauty, design, vegan food and fashion, textile innovation, and zero waste — Plant-Terra champions individuals, organisations and companies who are committed to environmentally sustainable and ethical solutions.
By embracing a 'less is more' approach to our lifestyle, and by making informed changes we can try to lessen our environmental impact, and our contribution to cruelty and suffering in the world — both animal and human.
Trying to live a more sustainable and ethical lifestyle is not about being perfect—it is a journey and a work in progress for each of us. But it doesn't mean you have to compromise on style. Plant-Terra showcases a selection of curated cruelty-free, vegan, non-toxic, ethically and sustainably made products that prioritise quality and show that sustainability can be stylish, luxurious and sexy.
Diana d’Arenberg has been a vegan since childhood and a long-time activist for animal welfare; a clean beauty advocate; and a supporter of ethical and sustainable fashion.
An art, fashion and culture writer with over a decade of experience, Diana has worked with numerous international luxury brands and galleries, and written for dozens of international publications including: Harper’s Bazaar; Hong Kong Tatler; The South China Morning Post; Christie's; The Art Newspaper, Prestige and Vogue. She is also a former co-founder of Hong Kong art publication, Framed.
Diana has appeared on numerous art panels and public talks, and has been featured on BBC, CNN and RTHK. She has an academic background in geopolitics and international relations, and is currently pursuing studies in sustainable development.
Plant-Terra was born out of a desire to bring together her passions for sustainability, great design and animal welfare and share them with a wider audience to encourage positive impact.
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