A Cairo-based photojournalist has responded to an “epidemic” of sexual harassment in Egypt by “making portraits of women next to the clothes they would wear on the streets if only they felt safe enough,” reports Time.

“To be a woman in Egypt is to live with the crushing inevitability of sexual harassment. The magnitude of the problem is epidemic, with 99.3% of Egyptian women having been sexually harassed, according to a 2013 U.N. Women report. It’s a society in which, for half the population, just leaving home can be a daily nightmare.”