Hello world. We're Tea. Welcome to caring and creation. Discovery and exuberance. Welcome to inspiration and connection. Welcome to our world. Welcome to your world. Like you, we were born to explore it, to experience it with every bit of our souls.
We started Tea in 2002 in San Francisco with 3 pima cotton sweaters and a vision of bringing a fusion of worldwide cultures and modern design to children's clothing.
We design distinctive apparel inspired by the beauty we discover in our travels around the world. From the iconic art and architecture of Barcelona to the graphic boldness of Brazilian street graffiti, we interpret our discoveries into beautiful, modern and consummately wearable children's clothing for ages 0-12. We launched our women's collection in the fall of 2010 in that same spirit. Chic, flattering globally-inspired styles to live and love in.
Tea is available on our flagship website, teacollection.com. You can also experience our collections in specialty and department stores, including Nordstrom, Bloomingdales, Saks Fifth Avenue, and more than 300 high-end children's boutiques in the U.S., Canada and Australia.
Discover our current destination. We went there. And we'd love for you to come along with us. It's the inspiration behind our clothes this season (and we go somewhere new every season).
Come share the like with Tea on Facebook. And we've got a blog too. Design. Inspiration. Art. Fun. For you and your kids. Stop by anytime.
We're Tea. We go there. Across the globe. And across the street. Turning our experiences into original designs of unique beauty, modern style and easy comfort. It's how we bring you the world. Come along with us. We can't wait to see you. And definitely bring your kids.
The Instituto Lina Bo e P.M. Bardi's library is composed of rare works, resulting of the critical and daring outlook for Pietro Maria Bardi, gifts from friends and and contemporary publications. The bibliographic material has been categorised as to respect its original organisation.
The library focuses primarily on art, architecture, urbanism and design, with publications specific to Lina and her oeuvre as well as Pietro's life and legacy. The library also presents books on, among others, Politics, Philosophy, History, Literature, Anthropology and Sociology.
The "BOUSQUET Collection" began in 2003 when Tanja, a South African, and Philippe, a French man, met in the south of France. Both having an artistic background in painting, sculpture, jewellery and architecture, their Love story went even deeper. They live in South Africa after Philippe moved from France where they got married in August 2004. They since the beginning of 2005 share a studio.
Since then a lot has happened. Full cupboards, garage and wendy house; cluttered shelves and draws with collected items. While still creating jewellery, the couple now concentrates on new challenges : lighting, sculptures and objects made of found or waste materials. The file has just opened.
New York–based artist Andrew Cotton was born and raised in Northwest London. His formal art training included a foundation course in fine art painting at Central St. Martins Art School in London, and further fine art study at Brighton University.
Aplat totes are inspired by the French notion "Art de Vivre." Designed to carry your cuisine, wine and garden in style. Innovative, practical and sustainably designed with 100% organic cotton, including hand-picked raw denim surplus from local cut/sew factories. These culinary totes are engineered to have zero waste of material in production.
Made in San Francisco, CA.
Including artfully designed pieces from Cappellini, LC by Cassina, Castelli and Poltrona Frau Brands, the Haworth Collection spans the globe seeking the ideal confluence of form, function and creative spark. They celebrate work by renowned designers like Le Corbusier, Giulio Cappellini, Charles Pollack, Marcel Wanders and Jasper Morrison while seeking out the next generation of visionaries. The products in the Haworth Collection are crafted by hand and originate in studios steeped in rich tradition. The artisans' skills are handed down by generations of leather, metal and woodworkers, and each piece is carefully created to ensure the highest quality product.
Mondo Collection is a furniture and design house based in the Flatiron area of Manhattan. More than a furniture, lighting, and interior design showroom, Mondo Collection is a space where clients are exposed to the greatest in contemporary, upscale, and exclusive furniture and design.
AI Collection is a brand of an Ishiwaka based plastic injection molding company called Ishiwka Jyushi Kogyo KK. THe concept of the brand is to introduce a "living suggestion of fun and comfort" with their brightly colored products. Their designs seek to achieve high functionality, a spirit of fun, and a small touch of luxury in everyday life.
Stephanie Odegard Collection produces a line of original, high-end, handmade carpets, wall hangings, and tapestries, as well as fine crafted furniture and objects. Odegard is focused on social responsibility in the production process, and every Stephanie Odegard carpet produced in Nepal carries the GoodWeave® label, the best possible assurance that the carpet was made without child labor. GoodWeave® is an internationally recognized not-for-profit organization working to end child labor and offer educational opportunities to children in India, Nepal and Afghanistan.
Souled Objects is a collection of unique works that explores the manipulation and sculpting of fibers and textiles through a modern reinterpretation of traditional skills and techniques passed on by generations of artisans. The collection of floor coverings and interior furnishings celebrates the inevitable imperfections that result from crafting each piece using only the human hand – a process that imparts individual beauty, character, and soul.
The brainchild of designer Dana Barnes, “Souled Objects” was inspired by a lifetime passion for textile design and indigenous craft. Dana’s formative years were spent in the southeast region of the United States where as a child she was surrounded by talented craftspeople creating original products using only basic materials readily available in the community.