Marmur says—"au naturel" being a relative term in Manhattan.
Here we see an au naturel Moore, bra-less in faded rock T-shirts and vowel-mangling California accent.
Instead, her au naturel dusting and vacuuming maintained her svelte figure.
1817, French, literally "in the natural state;" originally meaning "uncooked," but used euphemistically for "undressed." See natural (adj.).