Designer Ryan Yasin from London has applied his knowledge of aeronautics in fashion and came up with a sustainable dress that grows with your child.
It is origami-inspired in which the durable pleated fabric expands as the child grows.
He has named his range as Petit Pli and aims to make it "the most advanced kids' clothing in the world." These garments are meant to fit growing babies and toddlers.
The material used for making these dresses become thicker and can expand in two directions at the same time. This distinctive fabric is waterproof, machine washable and recyclable. This is a piece of practical dressing. As the child grows in his initial years, the clothes do not fit them. Parents end up spending a lot on clothes by the time their child reaches the age of three.
Ryan Yasin, the 24-year-old designer is being awarded with the prestigious James Dyson Award. James Dyson Award recognises and rewards imaginative design solutions to global problems keeping the environment in mind.
Ryan is talking to the retailers in UK so that he can expand his business. He had promised that he will try to keep the prices competitive.
The dresses are gender neutral and it can be passed on to other siblings. The clothes also have a futuristic look. The tiny tots seem to be very happy wearing this amazing creation.
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With Inputs from the Guardian and Video Courtesy:BBC