Tea Collection is a globally-inspired, San Francisco-based children's clothing company co-founded in 2002 by Emily Meyer and Leigh Rawdon. The clothing line is available through their e-commerce website as well as department stores and clothing boutiques worldwide.

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  • Download Our Australia Activities

    At Tea, we make clothes. But we also design websites, look at financial statements, write emails, produce photo shoots, work over the phone with our factories all over the world, negotiate with our warehouse to make sure packages get shipped on time, travel the world for inspiration, draw, cut, sew, glue and strive to make... Read more » The post Download Our Australia Activities appeared first o...

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  • From the Rainforest to the Reef

    Australia’s magical rainforests and reefs stretch across the country. From the Daintree Rainforest in Queensland to the Gondwanan Rainforest near Byron Bay, Australia is home to some of the oldest rainforests in the world. The Daintree Rainforest is the largest continuous area of tropical rainforest in Australia. Along the coast of Queensland, the rainforest grows... Read more » The post From the...

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  • Adventures Down Under: Foreign Correspondent Sumiya Khan

    Meet Sumiya Khan, mom and long-time Tea customer, who embarked on the journey from Connecticut to Australia this past fall with her family of four. Follow along as she shares her story with us at Studio Tea.   My family has been fortunate in being able to travel to various countries. We value the importance of... Read more » The post Adventures Down Under: Foreign Correspondent Sumiya Khan appear...

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  • National Geographic Explorer: Jessica Cramp

    Meet Jessica Cramp. She’s a scientist, surfer, diver, pilot, writer, and conservationist. She’s also National Geographic Explorer. We were able to meet Jess during our time in Australia, and in the very short time we had with her, we learned so much! This season, our collection will take you from land to sea… and when we dive... Read more » The post National Geographic Explorer: Jessica Cramp app...

  • Meet our Penpals: Lu + Lara

    Meet Lucette (L) and Lara (R). Lucette lives in San Francisco, California. Lara lives in Melbourne, Australia. Although the two six-year-olds live almost 8,000 miles apart, they have become fast friends—by writing letters. For more than a year, Lu and Lara sent letters back and forth across the ocean, sharing stories about their cities, their... Read more » The post Meet our Penpals: Lu + Lara ap...

  • G’Day from Australia!

    Here at Tea, we want to give kids the world, to help them discover that no matter where we live or what our families look like, there is so much we all have in common.  We travel to discover. To dream. To explore the wonder of the world around us, across the globe and across... Read more » The post G’Day from Australia! appeared first on Studio Tea Blog.

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  • Global Mom: Meet Christine

    Each month, we’ll be sharing a guest post by Andrea Fellman of Wanderlust Living,  Andrea’s set out to interview global moms + dads who are very “Tea” – they look for adventure in their lives and strive to make the foreign familiar for their families through travel and curiosity! A long time Tea partner and a woman... Read more » The post Global Mom: Meet Christine appeared first on Studio Tea Bl...

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  • Tea’s Photographer Goes to Iceland

    To help everyone at Tea “go there,” we make a yearly contribution to each employee for international travel and exploration. Upon their return, our Tea travelers write a blog post to share their adventures with all of us (and the world)! We’re so excited to introduce you to Jesse, our in-house photographer. Follow along as... Read more » The post Tea’s Photographer Goes to Iceland appeared first ...

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  • Foreign Correspondent: The Free Family Travels Abroad

    Meet Kasey Free, mom and new Tea-friend who spent 6 weeks traveling through Morocco, Italy and Spain with her husband and two littles. Follow along as she shares her story with us at Studio Tea. My name is Kasey and I’m a travel-loving mom living in Seattle, Washington. I have a husband, Tyler, and two young... Read more » The post Foreign Correspondent: The Free Family Travels Abroad appeared fi...

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  • Family Roots in Greece

    To help everyone at Tea “go there,” we make a yearly contribution to each employee for international travel and exploration. Upon their return, our Tea travelers write a blog post to share their adventures with all of us (and the world)! We’re so excited to introduce you to Alyssa, our Staff Accountant. Follow along as... Read more » The post Family Roots in Greece appeared first on Studio Tea Bl...

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  • Foreign Correspondent: A Family’s Trip Through Norway

    Meet Jessica Turpin, mom and writer of the blog Aisle Seats Please. While being stationed overseas in Germany, the family of 5 does quite a bit of traveling throughout Europe. As a Tea Foreign Correspondent, Jessica shares her story of her family’s adventure to Norway for a week long tour through the beautiful countryside and majestic fjords! Follow... Read more » The post Foreign Correspondent: ...

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  • Global Mom + Correspondent: Meet Andrea Fellman

    We’re kicking off  a series of guest posts written by the wonderful Andrea Fellman of Wanderlust Living. Andrea’s set out to interview global moms + dads who are very “Tea” – they look for adventure in their lives and strive to make the foreign familiar for their families through travel and curiosity! A long time Tea... Read more » The post Global Mom + Correspondent: Meet Andrea Fellman appeared...

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  • Christmas Eve Pirohy Recipe

    We love learning about family traditions across the world. This year, we reached out to our customers and asked them to share their holiday traditions with us. We were thrilled when long-time Tea customer, Ellen Weimer agreed to share her family’s recipe for piroghi (it’s been a family tradition for over 100 years!).  Read on to... Read more » The post Christmas Eve Pirohy Recipe appeared first o...

  • Meet Andrea Fellman: Our First Global Mom

    We’re kicking off  a series of guest posts written by the wonderful Andrea Fellman of Wanderlust Living. Andrea’s set out to interview global moms + dads who are very “Tea” – they look for adventure in their lives and strive to make the foreign familiar for their families through travel and curiosity! A long time Tea... Read more » The post Meet Andrea Fellman: Our First Global Mom appeared first...

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  • Behind the Design: Japanese Kites

    Kites have always played a large role in Japanese culture, traditions and celebrations. These beautifully painted and decorated kites can be seen in shrines, museums and in homes. During the Edo period in Japan, kite making grew to be very popular and different regions of Japan created their own style, featuring characters of Japanese folklore, mythology... Read more » The post Behind the Design:...

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  • Meet Amy Kimoto-Kahn & Get Her Family Recipe for Mochi!

    We love meeting new people and learning about their families. At the launch of our Studio Tea space, we had the pleasure of meeting Amy Kimoto-Kahn, mom, wife, cook, traveler and author of the cook book Simply Ramen + the blog easypeasyjapanesey. Amy is a lovely woman who has a successful and interesting life raising... Read more » The post Meet Amy Kimoto-Kahn & Get Her Family Recipe for Mochi! ...

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  • We Are Innovative

    Here at Tea, we’re always reinventing ourselves. Each season, we create completely new designs featuring one-of-a kinds prints and patterns inspired by a new destination. Throughout the year we analyze, discuss and research ways to better connect with our customers. We’re always evolving our processes, with the hopes of creating a lasting connection with our customers.... Read more » The post We ...

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  • We Inspire Curiousity

    Wherever we are, we do things “the Tea way”. We pave our own path. We encourage curiosity and thrive on creativity. We learn from anyone, anywhere, anytime.  Anyone who works at Tea can tell you that we’re a curious bunch. We’re always looking for the next opportunity to meet new people, learn from them and... Read more » The post We Inspire Curiousity appeared first on Studio Tea Blog.

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  • We Make The Foreign Familiar

    Every time we travel, whether it’s across the street or across the globe, we strive to step outside of our comfort zone, meet new people and learn new things. When our designers travel to gather inspiration for next season’s styles, they go off the beaten path, meet with local craftsmen and eat the local cuisine. When... Read more » The post We Make The Foreign Familiar appeared first on Studio T...

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  • We Are Local

    We are local. In 2002, Tea Collection was founded here in the Bay Area at our co-founder Emily’s dining room table (which we still have in our office today!). We are proud of our city and love meeting our neighbors. With Studio Tea just across the street from our home at 1 Arkansas, we’re excited to... Read more » The post We Are Local appeared first on Studio Tea Blog.

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  • We Are Makers

    We are makers. Twice a year, Tea designers go out into the world in search of inspiration for our children’s clothing collection. We discover new places and faces, time-honored traditions and handmade creations. We study indigenous art and style, and immerse ourselves in the customs of the host country. We make friends with local craftspeople,... Read more » The post We Are Makers appeared first ...

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  • Turning a Work Trip Into A Memorable Vacation

    To help everyone at Tea “go there,” we make a yearly contribution to each employee for international travel and exploration. Upon their return, our Tea travelers write a blog post to share their adventures with all of us (and the world)! Diana, Tea’s Director of Production & Sourcing, extended her work travel to become a... Read more » The post Turning a Work Trip Into A Memorable Vacation appear...

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  • Foreign Correspondent: Living in Guatemala

    Meet Denise Zimmer, who lived in Guatemala with her family for nearly five years. As a Tea Foreign Correspondent, before they moved back to the United States, Denise and her family embarked on weekend trips and came back to share her stories with us at Studio Tea. Follow along! My husband and I had the privilege of... Read more » The post Foreign Correspondent: Living in Guatemala appeared first ...

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  • Kitsune Masks

    The kitsune (fox) mask is one of the most famous traditional masks in Japan. Masks have been a part of Japanese song, dance, religion and celebration for hundreds of years. Lately, they have also become popular in pop culture, seen throughout Japanese TV shows and anime. Learn more about kitsune masks and download a mask... Read more » The post Kitsune Masks appeared first on Studio Tea Blog.

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  • Wishes from Around the World

    In Japan, it’s tradition to write your prayers or wishes on small wooden plaques and place them outside the Shinto shrines around Japan. These wooden plaques are called ema. You may also see paper fortunes tied to tree branches. These are called omikuji. When we visited the shrines in Japan, we loved seeing all of ema plaques and... Read more » The post Wishes from Around the World appeared first...

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  • Temari-Inspired Surprise Balls

    A puzzling design of layered thread, temari balls have been a traditional Japanese craft for over one thousand years and are still popular today. When we traveled to Japan, we saw beautiful temari balls in markets and museums, further proving the point that this handicraft has indeed been around for many years, but lives on in... Read more » The post Temari-Inspired Surprise Balls appeared first ...

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  • Kanazawa-Inspired Gold Foil DIY

    The Japanese city of Kanazawa is known for it’s production of gold leaf and use of it in many traditional and modern handicrafts. Artisans and craftsmen throughout Kanazawa have practiced gold leafing for hundreds of years. We saw many artifacts throughout museums and adorning ancient temples and buildings in this magical city. Gold leaf is also extremely... Read more » The post Kanazawa-Inspired...

  • #KidsLoveTea

    We love seeing how our customers wear Tea. Real kids, doing real kid things like running through the yard, playing in dirt or having quiet moments at home. From photos shared on Instagram or the ones uploaded to our Kids Love Tea gallery, it makes our day to see how your little citizens, laugh, play... Read more » The post #KidsLoveTea appeared first on Studio Tea Blog.

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  • A Very Memorable Trip to Poland

    To help everyone at Tea “go there,” we make a yearly contribution to each employee for international travel and exploration. Upon their return, our Tea travelers write a blog post to share their adventures with all of us (and the world)! Anna, Tea’s Technical Design Director, traveled through Poland with her husband, son, and daughter. Here she... Read more » The post A Very Memorable Trip to Pol...

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  • DIY: Panda Costume Just in Time for Halloween

    Make your own panda costume, with these easy to follow instructions! Step 1: MEASURE YOUR CHILD Circumference of head From between the eyebrows to back and bottom of neck Shoulder to shoulder Shoulder to wrist (both arms) Around the largest part of the arm (both arms) Base of neck to the crotch Around the chest... Read more » The post DIY: Panda Costume Just in Time for Halloween appeared first o...

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