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Sarah Feingold’s end goal wasn’t to become a model—but you'd never know it by the look of her mutliple beauty brand campaigns for Glossier to Mugler.

As the founder of NBGA (No Basic Girls Allowed), a fashion magazine geared towards progressive individuals who feel underrepresented in mainstream media, the Moroccan-German beauty is a multi-hyphenate in the art of creation.

“I really love both approaches to work," says Feingold of both producing and modeling for shoots. "I love creating concepts and getting hooked on ideas, but I also enjoy working in front of the camera as well.”

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