London-based decorator Ryan Yasin used his background in aeronautical engineering to develop sustainable attire to fit children through to toddlers
Ryan Yasin devised the material exploiting technical principles he considered for his aeronautical engineering position, after mentioning the lack of sustainability in the clothing industry and being frustrated by how quickly his babe niece and nephew outgrew wears he bought for them.
The London-based postgraduate student provides an opportunity to shape so-called Petit Pli” the most advanced babies’ robe in the world “. It is made from unique pleated lightweight cloth which is waterproof, machine washable and recyclable, with all costumes fitting the three-month to three-year age group.
Most children grow by seven sizes in their first two years, and( according to a recent survey by Aviva) mothers waste an average of PS2, 000 on clothing before “their childrens” reachings the age of three. As well as the high cost and restraint lifespan, mass production of costumes lieu big stres on environmental matters through waste, ocean intake and carbon emissions.