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featured work by Edgar Berg // edgar’s instagram

Edgar Berg is a fashion photographer based between Paris, France and Hamburg, Germany. He attained a bachelor’s of art in design and media communication from Fachhochschule Dortmund. His recent projects include a collaboration with world renown leather and luxury brand, Louis Vuitton.

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