The Hill | The Hill The Hill| The Hill “It’s like they’re in their own world,” says Lauren Sorenson, a professor of media studies at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
She’s been studying the phenomenon since it first started to pop up on the news last year.
Sorensey’s research, which has found that butterfly swim suits are worn by celebrities, athletes, athletes-in-training and other top athletes, has found they’re often worn by well-connected people.
It’s no surprise that a lot of them have their own fashion lines, she says.
But she thinks it’s a sign of how much they’re connected and how much money they’re making that people aren’t asking the questions they need to.
Sorensons findings have sparked a conversation about the media’s influence on the fashion world, especially with respect to how we interact with fashion.
It used to be that people weren’t interested in seeing celebrities in swimsuits.
But then we began seeing these brands that are trying to get more mainstream exposure, like the new Chanel line and the brand’s recent collaboration with American Express, Sorends research suggests.
It also seems to be a trend that has affected the people who wear them as well.
Celebrities wearing the suits aren’t necessarily just getting attention from people on social media, Sorenes research shows.
Soresons research has found many celebrities are spending more time wearing their suits.
“They’re really getting attention.
I’m not saying it’s all just for publicity,” Sorenss says.
She says celebrities are also paying attention to their outfits.
“You can’t just take the look and throw it away,” she says of celebrities who are buying their suits from brands like Jil Sander, a Brazilian swimwear designer.
“It really needs to be the look.
And they need the style.”
The suit industry has been working to create a more diverse line of products.
Someness says that she thinks the media has contributed to the diversification of products for swimsuits, but also that there are companies out there that are creating swimwear specifically for women that cater to the specific interests of different demographic groups.
In her research, Soresns found that the more people are wearing swimsuits the more they’re being influenced by other media, like TV and the fashion industry.
She also noted that while she doesn’t think the media is necessarily influencing the brands, she does think that the trend is something people need to keep an eye on.
“I think it’s important for us to be aware of what’s going on in terms of what we’re doing to create the products that are appropriate for the individual and the individual’s lifestyle and what that might look like,” she said.
Sorns research also has a link to fashion designers.
Somethings like the shape and the shape-fitting of the suit and the number of pockets on the suit help make the swimsuit a more desirable purchase, she said, even if it’s only one piece of clothing.
In the meantime, Sarenss says, the trend of celebrities wearing their swimsuits is just another way that the media can help push fashion forward.
“When you look at celebrities who wear the suits, they’re creating a space where people can be who they are, which is really important,” she told The Hill.