Audrey covergirl, Jamie Chung has even more beautiful photos for us. Since we last spoke to Chung, the actress has kept herself quite busy. Recently, she has been playing the role of Mulan on the tv series Once Upon A Time. She is also casted for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For which is scheduled to release on October 2013.
Jamie Chung is this month’s covergirl for Bello Magzine’s Action Issue. JustJaredJr.com reports some of her responses:
” On fashion: “I feel like I have a lot of catching up to do. Only recently have I been really splurging, and experimenting, and trying new things.”
On living in NYC: “Currently, I’m staying in the financial district so it’s kind of convenient to all the different ones. I’d like to consider myself quite savvy with the subway.” “
Click on to check out more of her photos!
Jamie Chung may be the hardest working Asian American actress in Hollywood right now. Writer Paul Nakayama witnesses the star in action.
ISSUE: Winter 2012-13
DEPT: Cover Feature
Photographer: Diana King
Stylist: Ashley Avignone @ The Wall Group
Makeup: Shelly Samia
Hair: Alex Polillo
Photo Assistant: Kevin Burnstein
Stylist Assistant: Liat Veysey
Producer: Olivia Wu
Story: Paul Nakayama
Recap some of the Golden Globes fashion from Sunday evening – all featuring some of your favorite Asian celebrities!
Go behind the camera with us at our Fall 2012 photoshoot with cover girl Jamie Chung! Edited by Courtney Beavers, here’s a nice little video set to Far East Movement’s “Rocketeer (LA Dreamer Version)” (who is also featured in our Fall issue!). Much thanks to the the team that worked on this: photographer (and our Creative Director!) Diana King, Olivia Wu (producer), Ashley Avignone (stylist), Shelly Samia (makeup), Gaelle Secretin (hair), and videographer Khalif Boyd!
Be sure to also catch Jamie this Saturday on September 15th as she co-hosts Audrey’s Night Out 2012 with Justin Chon! More info here.
Who do you think our cover gal is? Read on to find out.
Did you know that we’re now entering our tenth year as a publication? Over the past nine years, we’ve featured numerous stories for and on the modern Asian American woman by covering the Asian American pop culture landscape, dishing out on the up-and-coming hot spots around America (and Asia!), and giving you the latest fashion and beauty trends off the runways. One of the best parts about working at Audrey is being able to personally connect with our audience as they have shared some of their experiences with us.
However, we all decided that Audrey did not some change – in fact, a brand new look. Don’t worry – despite all these changes, we assure that at the core, Audrey will always remain the magazine that strives to empower many Asian American women of all generations.
The cover girl for the Fall issue is also no stranger to Audrey. She’s a fierce, rising young starlet- and undeniably, one of the busiest Asian American women actresses in Hollywood. Think you know who it is? Click on to find out and see the new look of Audrey Magazine.
Jamie Chung, Justin Chon, and Clinton Sparks? Those are only some of the entertainment headlining Audrey’s Night Out 2012, as Audrey Magazine returns with their biggest event of the year –AND unveils the new look of the publication for their big fall issue. Oh yeah – and we’re also giving away a round trip private jet experience package to VEGAS! Read on for more information!
Taking place on Thursday, May 3rd at Webster Hall in New York City, Verizon Wireless will be celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with the 2nd Annual Visionaries Conference. The event will honor the contributions and achievements of the Asian Pacific American community. Keynote panelists Jamie Chung (actress), Joe Zee (stylist and creative director at ELLE Magazine) and Mark Munoz (MMA fighter) will share their inspirational stories with the local community. The conference will be hosted by XiXi Yang, entertainment TV personality. RSVP at verizonapahm.com – space is LIMITED!
In addition, attendees of the Visionaries Conference will automatically be entered to win the newest products utilizing Verizon 4G LTE technology such as the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, the Samsung Tablet 7.7 or the Samsung Smart TV. LIKE the Visionaries Conference for up-to-date information at Facebook.com/VerizonAPAHM, FOLLOW the tweets at Twitter.com/VzwAPAHM2012 and visit www.verizonapahm.com for more details.
Thursday, May 3, 2012
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Ever wondered how your favorite stars dressed when they’re not in front of the camera or dolled up for the red carpet? Here we spotted Jamie Chung wearing Topshop’s pleated skirt and studded ballet pumps while she’s out and about in Los Angeles.
This cute, casual outfit is perfect for a sunny day out and is super easy to put together! We compiled some of our favorite pieces to get her look!
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Many of us have heard those stories about New Mexico. No, not the ones about the $1 tacos, cheap beer, and authentic Horchata. I’m talking about the more cringe-worthy stories of young women, and even men, being abducted and taken captive and imprisoned by human trafficking.
To delve more into the darkness of human trafficking comes the film, Eden, starring 28-year-old Asian American actress Jaime Chung.
Eden was one of the eight films selected from 1,112 submissions to premier at the SXSW 2012 Film Festival. The Festival will take place March 9- 17th in Austin Texas.
Eden tells the story of a Korean American teenager, Hyun Jae, who ventured into a bar in New Mexico where a handsome man posing as a firefighter offered her a ride home. The story follows Jae’s abduction and imprisonment as a sex slave, and is inspired by the complex and harrowing true story of human trafficking survivor Chong Kim.
Chung, who plays Jae in the film, rose in stardom following her role on MTV’s The Real World: San Diego. Since then, Chung has starred in bigger films such as Sorority Row, The Hangover Part II, and Sucker Punch.
Until I was about 13, I had virgin hair. My long black strands were shiny, healthy and only incurred slight damage from daily blowouts and the occasional hot curlers. But one day, on a whim, one of my older sisters suggested I get highlights. With the older-sister-knows-best mentality, I went for it — despite the fact that I knew my mother would be livid. She believed in going au naturel when it came to my hair color because she thought it made me look more Chinese and less Americanized.