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The problem? The tone of flesh in question clearly referenced pale-white skin, rather than the skin of the women wearing the clothes. Nude is often a blind spot for fashion writers, perhaps in part because it is given credence by respected organisations. Gabby Douglas was competing and wearing a wrap that didn't match her skin tone. Naja launched its Nude For All line, encompassing seven shades, in May Each woman should have a nude that matches her skin. Mahogany Blues, which also launched this year, makes dance apparel in a range of skin tones for dancers who would previously have to buy lighter outfits and dye them. In July FleshTone. Described by Ade as the Amazon for nude products, Flesh Tone offers products from nail polish and dance shoes to plasters and Lego toys. A new generation of fashion and beauty retailers such as Naja are addressing the issue that nude is not a catch-all term Credit: Naja.
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There are a few native tribes in Nigeria that have successfully resisted influence from the Western world. Despite being in the 21st century, these rural communities have managed to preserve their culture and continue to practice nudity. Meet the naked tribes of Nigeria:. These hill-dwelling people live in the Alantika Mountains , spanning the border between the southeast of Yola, the capital of Adamawa State in Nigeria, and Northern Cameroon. They were officially recognized as Nigerians in and now have 17 villages on the Nigerian side. Years later, the people of Koma have managed to exist outside of modern civilization. Hidden away in these hills, they move around freely naked or near-naked in leaves and loincloths. They cook with fire made with flint.