Tea brings worldwide cultures and modern design to children’s fashion. Respect for all people in all cultures is a cornerstone of Tea. Whether they’re traveling the world in search of inspiration for their clothing collection, following ethical sourcing practices, or giving back to communities, they are always mindful of their presence in the world and our shared responsibility to those around us. About Tea Collection TRANSFORMATIVE TRAVEL: We explore. We discover. And we bring it home through modern designs that, in our fondest wishes, inspire children to embrace difference, dream big, and live with a sense of adventure. DESIGNED TO LAST: Tea stands for practical luxury and inspired design. Our clothes are built to last in both styling and materials. They’re made of natural fibers that feel great and are easy to care for. AN EXUBERANT MIX OF COLOR AND PATTERN: We love to mix colors, prints, patterns and textures. The resulting blends are unmistakably Tea. Our exclusive prints are designed by our in-house artists. LAYERS THAT TRAVEL FROM SEASON TO SEASON: Our hoodies, dresses, leggings and graphic tees are meant to be layered and loved from one season to the next. MODERN DESIGNS FOR GLOBAL CITIZENS: When children and women wear our clothes, they join a vibrant community of citizens who, together, bring the world home. INTRODUCING TEA’S NEW ARRIVAL: INSPIRED BY INDIA’S HAND-STITCH SOCIETY Namaste from India! We are excited to announce Tea’s new arrivals inspired by India! India is a riot of color and sound and scent that’s completely entrancing. With painted elephants, traditional woodblock prints and sun-drenched colors everywhere, Tea’s exploration of India translates into beautiful clothing for all little citizens. Your readers won’t want to miss what’s on the way this season! About India’s Stitch Society Tea’s first set of new arrivals celebrate India’s hand-stitch society. India has a rich and vibrant tradition of handicrafts—like the kantha quilts of West Bengal and Odisha. Kantha quilts are made out of old saris and soft dhotis and are lovingly embroidered with tales of local life. It’s the most popular form of embroidery practiced by rural women who work together to create these intricate pieces, some of which take years to complete. FTC Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links. Thank you!