Audrey Lynn Kitching (born July 26, 1985, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American blogger, model, and fashion designer. She has been declared simultaneously a "fashion forward female" and "fashion disaster" by Cosmopolitan, an "It Kid" and "princess of pop culture website Buzznet" by Nylon, a modern-day Audrey Hepburn by Glamour, and a social media queen by Greek magazine Soul.

In a Metromix profile of "Style Why-Cons", she is credited with influencing the fashion industry and altering standards of beauty. A spokesmodel for Jared Gold, she made an appearance on the May 22, 2008 episode of Good Things Utah to show off his designs. Additionally, she was featured in Gold's Czarina runway event. Kitching appeared as herself in 2008's movie version of Forever Plaid. In March 2008, she was chosen to appear in a national Peta2 "Fur Is Dead" campaign. From May 3 to August 31, 2008, Kitching was included among Glenn Kaino's Uberstars exhibit at The Andy Warhol Museum, a 21st century take on Andy Warhol's Superstars. In 2009, she appeared as a judge on Germany's Next Topmodel. In June 2010, she was chosen by JC Penney as one of five "haulers" to receive $1,000 of merchandise in exchange for blog promotion. In 2010, she was one of the designers chosen to work with H&M for Designers Against AIDS.