Questioning how we express ourselves with clothing and fashion in modern society, Erica Simone photographs surprising self-portraits as she goes about everyday life entirely in the nude on the busy streets of New York City. We see Simone riding the subway and walking the streets of Chinatown, all while wearing nothing but shoes. Simone’s energy and vulnerability take her to neighborhoods all over the Big Apple and into the everyday lives of its citizens.
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