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This Guy Invented Kids' Clothes That Grow 7 Whole Sizes - but Would You Buy Them?

When Ryan Mario Yasin's sister had a baby, he sent the infant some clothes as a gift. By the time the garments got to him, the baby had already outgrown them. It was then that Ryan - an aeronautical engineer specializing in deployable structures - had a light-bulb moment. "They grow so quickly," he said in a BBC News interview. "I thought that their clothes should adapt to that growth.
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