The combination of beautiful design and functionality led to many prestigious design awards for this out-of-the-box idea. Ryan Mario Yasin's innovative child fashion company, Petit Pli, has designed children clothes that grow with the children. This brilliant concept doesn't only make it easier for parents to find clothes that easily fits their children, but also has many environmental benefits. Size Matters Finding children clothes of the right size is never an easy task. The pace at which children grow makes finding clothes that perfectly fit them really challenging. Having experienced this issue himself, Ryan Mario Yasin - Petit Pli's founder - decided to do something about it. With a strong technical background in aeronautical engineering, Yasin put that knowledge to work to create children clothes that not easily fit their size, but also evolve with them. The result was Petit Pli's innovative growing clothes concept that isn't only practical but also very good looking. The combination of beautiful design and functionality led to many prestigious design awards for this out-of-the-box idea. Children Clothes: an Innovative Concept The all-new fabric material that Petit Pli uses is the reason behind their growing capabilities. In the world of product design, materials can make or break a new product. When looking at the brilliantly-designed material that Petit Pli uses, it is no wonder why this all-new clothing line has become so successful. Being made of overlapping water-proof shells, the new fabric can expand to accommodate a child's body change. In addition to growing with him or her, the durable, ultra-lightweight material can take anything that a child has to throw at it. Whether its water, dirt or even stretching, this material is made to endure and last. Good for Kids and the Environment Aside from being exceptionally convenient children clothes, Petit Pli's products are actually good for the environment. Being able to grow a whopping 7 sizes, Petit Pli's project helps the environment by reducing waste. Fewer clothes made mean fewer resources wasted, which is definitely good to reduce their impact on the earth. Fashion that is good for children and the environment is always something great to have around. Will this brilliant material be widely adopted by other fashion companies? Only time will tell.