For Cayetano García Sahurie, a Peruvian stylist and art director, his final project provided the opportunity to explore the intricacies of his heritage. “I narrate the complexity and beauty of Latin American diversity and history,” he says. His project vividly reimagines a pivotal moment in Latinx queer history from 1959 – the Flor de Laguna, a celebrated cross-dressing party staged in Lima that ended in a police raid. El Escándalo de La Laguna celebrates the diaspora of the queer Latinx community. Proficient in styling, art direction, and casting, Sahurie’s body of work is a true celebration of the community he has built within the fashion scope of queer Latin Americans residing in Europe. Committed to his craft, he envisions further developing “Flor de Laguna” while contributing to the flourishing Latin American artistic representation worldwide. He intends to be based in London, anchored in the city’s vibrant cultural landscape.