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Designer bags award for kids clothing that grows

Sep 21, 2017, 3:26 AM EDT
(Source: http://petitpli.com/)
(Source: http://petitpli.com/)

London-based designer Ryan Yasin, who was frowning on how fast his child grew and the money being shelled out to buy bigger clothes, had no idea that his origami-inspired kids clothing line would bag him the prestigious James Dyson Award 2016.

Ryan, a student of aeronautical engineering, has used a material exhibiting a peculiar cellular arrangement that unpacks and packs back again, comfortably accommodating a child from toddling days up to about three years, writes Sputnik News.

The innovation not only addresses the economics of kids clothing but also eases stress on environment due to waste generation, water consumption and carbon emissions resulting from mass production of garments, notes The Guardian

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