Tea Collection: Back to School Shopping: Save 10%
At the Tea Collection, you will find unique designs that have been inspired by different cultures from around the world. Each year a team of designers travel around the world to different cultures to bring back classic and unique styles and designs for children, ages 0-12. They have also added a women’s section. Shop today at the Tea Collection for all your back to school shopping and save 10%
Celebrities kids wear the Tea Collection.
Here’s a picture of Jessica Alba and her daughter Honor wearing the Tea girl’s Poncho from Modern Mexico.
WHY THE NAME TEA?
Tea, the drink, is shared in nearly every culture around the world. Being Tea is about experiencing life together, even when we’re not in the same place. It means taking the time to understand and honor our differences. In doing so, we become closer.
The Story Behind the Tea Collection
We founded Tea in 2002 in San Francisco with 3 beautiful, pima cotton baby sweaters. Inspired by classic Asian styles and colors, we had the vision of bringing a fusion of worldwide cultures and modern design to children’s fashion.
Each season we travel to an international destination and inspired by the beauty we discover in our travels, design a collection of classic and unique styles. From the iconic art and architecture of Barcelona to the graphic boldness of Brazilian street graffiti, we interpret our discoveries into beautifully classic and unique styles and designs for children, ages 0-12. We launched our Women’s collection in the fall of 2010 in that same spirit: easy-going, culturally-connected styles designed to fit your life.
Travel opens our hearts and minds. The clothing we create at Tea transforms the foreign world into a smaller, friendlier and more familiar place. We believe that we bring a little bit of that world home to you.
Everything we create – our products, images, words and ideas – is inspired by going there and being here. And by our passion for exploring different cultures. We are awed by the unique beauty and diversity of people around the world. As we celebrate and share our discoveries, it reminds us how small the world is and how alike we all are.
- Emily Meyer, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer