This was a funny photo that I took of a sculpture of legs sitting in the arm chair--and it is supposed to represent minimalism.
No need to show the body, because the legs alone convey the message.
To me though, this reminds me of the opposite of minimalism, where instead of showy, sexy legs--these are covered fully and crossed respectfully--overall sitting upright and quite modestly.
It reminded me of beautiful Jewish concept called Tzniut, which refers to people dressing and acting modestly and in private.
There is no need to show it all--but rather, to be someone, it's what you do, not what you look like and expose.
In this way, these legs are enough to convey the concept of modesty--of man or women--if you can just see the whole person and not just their sexuality. ;-)
(Source Photo: Andy Blumenthal)