The eye is drawn to the broken horizontal lines, running across the waist and shoulders. The right shoulder extends out almost a foot, to a point, and curves back to the body. The left shoulder stops short, denying symmetry, but it is not missed; if there had been symmetry, the upper body would have been dominated by a look of bull’s horns. Instead, the eye is drawn to the centre, where the waist is a meeting point for the various parts of the outfit. Working inwards from the extremities of the trousers, to the cut out shapes across the stomach, these suggestive lines hug the skin and act to create a tension with the loose ‘slotted on’ top above. The top is decorated with spiralling lines delineating the breasts, the point at which the clothing hangs significantly off from the body, instilling an anxiety to the outfit; the clothing simply rests on the body; what will be revealed once the body is in movement? Of course, we already know. From behind, the trousers are cut away by a wavering hand drawn line, which exposes the model legs. The revealing nature of this outfit is heightened by the bulk of the items, so much so that the curved forms of the top and bottom parts overlap.