London: Talk about dressing down. A new BBC3 show will ask people to go to work naked!
The show Naked Office plans to have cameras following fully clothed employees at work and gauging their views on nudity.
Some will be asked to pose for life-drawing classes to see how comfortable they feel in the buff in public.
Dressing Down: Some will be asked to pose for life-drawing classes to see how comfortable they feel in the buff in public.
And, every now and then, the firm’s staff will all be asked to come to work in the buff for an event called Naked Friday.
The basic idea behind the whole plot is to look at people’s attitudes to nudity, body image and the role clothes play in office hierarchy.
In a letter inviting companies to take part in Naked Office, producers assure potential participants the project would be a “very productive day as well as a day to remember.”