An eleven-foot tall figure, visible only from the waist down, strides as if on a runway. The larger than life sized legs wear Walker's self-designed "Musketeer Pant," which reveal sandal-clad feet with toenails painted a deep shade of purple-brown. The walls and floor coverings coordinate with the fabric used to clothe the figure, as in a fashion show.
False walls are constructed inside the gallery. The actual museum room is visible through the window at the far end of the constructed space. The fourteen-foot by fifty-foot floor is covered with polished steel on which the artist has written a poem in light green paint.