Stacey Baker's new body positive photo series celebrates the beauty and diversity of women in all shapes and sizes by focusing specifically on legs. Baker pervisiously worked as a photo editor for the New York Times, but now she has turned her attention towards a more empowering project.
Baker's photo series captures New York City women from only the waist down in a way that showcases legs in all shapes and sizes. The idea behind the project is to empower women and to demonstrate that all legs are beautiful, no matter how large or small. Barker notes that while the idea may seem cheesy to some, she does believe that the body positive photo series is "a celebration of the female figure." Baker also notes that the project helps to capture the diversity of style that spans across the city, with many photos capturing the unique style of each subject.
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