Audrey Magazine Spring ’11 | Olivia Munn

Thursday, 02.17.2011

I’ve been sweating and slaving for the past couple of months but the second issue is finally going to print!

Ain’t it a beaut?

Funny gal Olivia Munn is rocking the Shirley Temple curls. Inside, Munn dishes on Chinese mothers (she has one!), dating celebs and her loyal fans.

Not tooting’ my own horn or anything but the Spring issue is pretty solid. ¬†And it’s about my personal favorite subject: television!

We have an in-depth report on teen television diversity and its influence on our teens, including a round table with actresses Jolene Purdy, Nikki Soohoo and Ashley Argota and profiles of TV stars Randall Park, Anisha Nagaarajan, broadway baby T.V. Carpio and the indie darling The Go! Team (amongst others).

Also in the issue:

  • Columnists Anastasia Kim and Paul Nakayama discuss cock-blocking and wingmans.
  • The juicy color orange is all over the runway. Get it from the catwalk to your closet!
  • Let’s talk eyebrows.

All this and plenty more! To purchase a copy of the Spring ’11 issue (or get yourself a whole year’s subscription while you’re at it), check out our shop here.

Itching to read some of our old issues? Now you can at our Archives page.

What are your thoughts on the new cover?

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posted by Janice | Comment: 2 | Category Inspirations, Interviews, Los Angeles, Magazine, TV, Uncategorized, Writing

2 Comments to “Audrey Magazine Spring ’11 | Olivia Munn”

  • helen February 18, 2011 at 11:51 AM

    amazing job, dear friend!!!!!

  • Jessica February 18, 2011 at 9:26 PM

    AWESOME JOB JIE! :) I know you contributed A LOT!!! and the cover looks amazing. i really like olivia munn. shes really really good!

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