Audrey (magazine)

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Audrey (magazine) Spring 2011 cover.jpg
EditorAnna M. Park
CategoriesAsian American, Fashion, Beauty
Year founded2003
First issueMarch 2003
Final issueDecember 2015 (print)
CompanyLondon Media Trust
Based inGardena, California

Audrey Magazine, or also known as Audrey, was a publication covering the Asian experience, as seen from the perspective of Asian American women. Published quarterly throughout the U.S.[1]


The first issue of the magazine hit newsstands in March 2003.[2] The magazine was named after the publisher's daughter to acknowledge that many Asian American women have English names.

Audrey covered Asians and Asian Americans in popular culture, fashion and beauty trends, lifestyle and travel, as well as social and cultural issues relevant to Asians and Asian Americans. Its sister publication was KoreAm.[3] In its 10-year history, Audrey has been an important voice, covering stories well before the mainstream media picks them up, whether it is Asian plastic surgery, an emerging Asian American talent, or the K-pop craze. The magazine has featured Asian and Asian American celebrities on its cover, including Freida Pinto, Maggie Q and Olivia Munn. The magazine is based in Gardena, California.

Audrey and its sister publication KoreAm were acquired by London Media Trust in 2014.[4] The last print issues of the magazine and KoreAm were published in December 2015.[3][4]


  1. ^ "Home Page". Audrey Magazine.
  2. ^ "Magazines in Alphabetical Order". Radcliffe Institute. Retrieved October 19, 2015.
  3. ^ a b "The End of An Era: Last KoreAm and Audrey Print". KoreAm. 19 January 2016. Retrieved 29 January 2016.
  4. ^ a b "Audrey Magazine and KoreAm Journal to shut down". Asiance. 30 December 2015. Retrieved 29 January 2016.

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