Andrés Rangl is a Costa Rican Fashion Art Director, currently based in New York. He explains, “The nostalgia of having old pictures in my hands and observing the way people used to dress, is what brought me into photography. I’m focusing my work on alternative fashion insights, and exploring the margins of gender, sexuality, and digital culture.”
Andrés’s work questions what it means to be an “online globalized (a)sexualized body within offline reality,” or essentially how we might or might not experience our sexuality based on the dichotomy of our virtual selves in relation to our in-and-off-screens interactions.
This fashion editorial, art directed by Andrés Rangl, was inspired by the desire to bring to life what a non-binary panromanticism might look like.
Check out the editorial Fluid Love below: