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Babies clothing that grows with your balloon baby is one thing now.

Featuring a new material based on the inspiration of sun modules and satellite, baby clothing grows like a baby. "As we have finite natural resource on Earth, we need to be smart about how we use it," says Ryan Yasin, 24, British James Dyson Award laureate this year. "Seven in one, you don't buy, produce and transport seven more garments."

When you stretch the plissé over its length, it grows over its width at the same time. Winners of the 30.00 pound prize will be known on 26 October. Though Yasin was a two year old boy, he was always influenced by his two year old cousin who grew out of the clothing he purchased. "Normally you see these little angel in children's clothing booklets, but we design clothing for little carpets that run and romp around," he says.

"When you begin to raise kids with these garments, they will not have the preparedness and disposition to always buy new ones," says Yasin. "Kids are used to growing out of their apparel, but it doesn't have to be that way. The Petit Pli was the product of over 500 prototype cars, but Yasin does not stop there.

He is working on making a piece of clothing from a unique piece of fabric to make it easier to recycle. The company will use its profits to grow its operations and launch a small selection of innovative financial services solutions. "Usually, only 30 percent of children's clothing is purchased online.

Babies clothing that grows with your balloon baby is one thing now.

Featuring a new material based on the inspiration of sun modules and satellite, baby clothing grows like a baby. "As we have finite natural resource on Earth, we need to be smart about how we use it," says Ryan Yasin, 24, British James Dyson Award laureate this year. "Seven in one, you don't buy, produce and transport seven more garments."

When you stretch the plissé over its length, it grows over its width at the same time. Winners of the 30.00 pound prize will be known on 26 October. Though Yasin was a two year old boy, he was always influenced by his two year old cousin who grew out of the clothing he purchased. "Normally you see these little angel in children's clothing booklets, but we design clothing for little carpets that run and romp around," he says.

"When you begin to raise kids with these garments, they will not have the preparedness and disposition to always buy new ones," says Yasin. "Kids are used to growing out of their apparel, but it doesn't have to be that way. The Petit Pli was the product of over 500 prototype cars, but Yasin does not stop there.

He is working on making a piece of clothing from a unique piece of fabric to make it easier to recycle. The company will use its profits to grow its operations and launch a small selection of innovative financial services solutions. "Usually, only 30 percent of children's clothing is purchased online.

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