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Love & Misadventure: a collection of poetry and short prose by Lang Leav

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By Lang Leav in New Products on Tuesday 11 June 2013

Writing has always been my greatest love. It was my passion for storytelling that led to other creative pursuits; from creating an award winning fashion label, to exhibiting my artworks around the world. However, in all my creative adventures, I never forgot my love of words. It was this burning desire that drove me to […]

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Princess Chelsea: Monkey Eats Bananas

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By Lang Leav in New Music on Thursday 9 February 2012

I recently caught up with indie pop musician Princess Chelsea for a late night drink. A writer, composer and singer, Princess Chelsea is a rising young talent whose music has been described by Rolling Stone magazine as ‘absolutely sublime.’ Her quirky lyrics and ethereal voice seamlessly join in an eerie Burton-esque crescendo and reminds me […]

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GlitterTrees: selling beautiful Australian eco products

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By Lang Leav in Cool Websites on Friday 3 February 2012

Being an analogue junkie, I still enjoy window shopping. But what beats shopping in your pyjamas? A recent favourite online haunt of mine is GlitterTrees. The brainchild of Melissa Peters, (founder of Love Bento), GlitterTrees is an online shopping destination with a focus on beautiful eco products. Taking this one step further, the site pledges […]

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Café Hanoi in Auckland

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By Lang Leav in Cool Travel on Monday 16 January 2012

I went to a charity dinner at Café Hanoi, a modern Vietnamese restaurant, hidden behind a bright red door away from the bustling streets of downtown Auckland. Growing up in a predominantly Vietnamese community, I am quite familiar with the flavours that make up this delicate cuisine. I fell in love with their Pho, presented […]

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Amy Crehore

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By Lang Leav in New Art on Monday 16 January 2012

Recently hung one of Amy Crehore’s beautiful oil paintings Vulnerable Seascape up on my wall. I’ve always loved the evocative nature of Crehore’s work, whether it is on canvas or her trademark Ukuleles. There is a sense of languid playfulness and occasional erotic undertones running through her perfectly executed pieces. Time seems to stand still […]

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