Inspired by a scene in the 1964 James Bond film Goldfinger, imagine an era where people believed human skin needed to breathe. So if a person’s skin was entirely covered in a substance like gold paint, they could die. That idea of skin’s importance is reflected in photographer Leah Schrager’s work. “The skin is on one hand, freeing and powerful," says the former Playboy muse model," and on the other hand, self-destructive and dangerous."   


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