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Over the past 15 years, this New York-based designer has come a complete, digitally rendered circle from aspiring intern to inspiring leader.

Not even Natasha Jen can quite fathom the enviable position she’s worked so hard to achieve. Born in Taipei, Taiwan, Natasha originally moved to New York to study painting, but her mother asked her to consider switching majors to something that one day might get her a “real job.” This led her toward the graphic design department on a whim, and shortly after, she landed an interning stint at legendary design firm Pentagram. After spending the next 11

  • Words:
    Georgia Frances King
  • Photography:
    Zoltan Tombor
  • Styling:
    Soukéna Roussi

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  • Words:
    Georgia Frances King
  • Photography:
    Zoltan Tombor
  • Styling:
    Soukéna Roussi
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