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Origami-inspired clothing line that grows with kids wins Dyson award

The cost of keeping a growing child clothed is oftentimes staggering, which is why this expanding origami-inspired range of children’s clothing was awarded this year's UK James Dyson award. Ryan Yasin, frustrated by the waste in the children's clothing industry, used scientific principles he studied for his degree in aeronautical engineering to produce incredible clothing that grows with the child who wears it.
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