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Jan 6, 2022

Audrey Lynn Kitching (born July 26, 1985) is an Americanfashion blogger, model, and fashion designer,[2][3] known for her “pink hair and Lisa Frank vibe”.[4] Kitching dated Panic! at the Disco‘s lead vocalist Brendon Urie in 2005.[5]

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Audrey Lynn Kitching

Kitching in 2016
Born
Audrey Lynn Kitching

(1985-07-26) July 26, 1985 (age 36)

Occupation
  • Model
  • designer
  • stylist
  • blogger
Modeling information
Height 5 ft 3.75 in (1.62 m)[1]
Hair color Pink[2]
Eye color Hazel
Website crystalcactus.com

Kitching is the owner and founder of an online New Age store called Crystal Cactus. In February 2019, she became the centre of controversy when The Daily Dot detailed allegations of emotional abuse and fraud directed towards Kitching by a former employee.[5]

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Kitching was born in Collingswood, New Jersey. She began modeling at 14, after being discovered at a hair salon, initially appearing in newspaper ads. After obtaining a high school GED, she modeled for aspiring photographer friends, and started her blogging career by posting the images online. She often works as not only a model, but also art director for her photo shoots.[6]

She has been a spokesmodel for designer Jared Gold,[7] the British shoe company Irregular Choice,[1][8] the Italian shoe brand Kerol D, and Kohl’sVera Wang.[1] Kitching (who is mostly vegan, except for honey) has appeared in a national Peta2 “Fur Is Dead” campaign, and one of its public service announcement against animal testing in the personal care products industry.[9][10] In 2013, she was selected to be Karmaloop’s Miss KL of the Month, and in April 2014 she appeared in a campaign for a Ray Ban‘s collection, which was featured by Elle Magazine.[11][12] She has also appeared in VogueItalia.[13]

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