Photographer Poses Nude In ‘Nue York’ To Question the Role of Fashion in Society

Photographer Poses Nude In ‘Nue York’ To Question the Role of Fashion in Society

“Nue York: Self-Portraits of a Bare Urban Citizen was born out of an initial questioning about clothing and the importance of fashion in modern society. Clothes do so much more than just meet our physical needs. What we wear acts as a silent language, allowing us to convey who we are and want to be to the outside world.”

Photographer Poses Nude In ‘Nue York’ To Question the Role of Fashion in Society

“What if all we had was our natural state to express who we are? Could we overcome our self consciousness and become fully confident in our own skin? How would we assimilate or dissimilate? Could being naked in the world transcend sexual connotations and why is nudity so taboo that it is against the law?”

Photographer Poses Nude In ‘Nue York’ To Question the Role of Fashion in Society
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Nue York: Self-Portraits of a Bare Urban Citizen, by Erica Simone

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