About Studio T

We’re cultural explorers, apparel designers and global travelers. We believe in the journey. In discovery. In caring and connection. In diving in. In experiencing life with every bit of our souls. We go there. Across the globe. And across the street. Turning our experiences into original designs of unique beauty, modern style and easy comfort. Original designs that fit your unique expressions. It’s how Tea brings you the world.

This blog is all about bringing the world home. And sharing it with you.



Priscilla styles all the customers that come through Tea’s doors.  After working for several years on Tea’s customer service team, she’s now busy keeping an eye on inventory and planning in our Merchandising department. She tries to squeeze into all the size 12s but doesn’t always have much luck due to her love affair with food.  When she’s not busy trying new recipes, she loves hiking amongst redwoods, shopping with friends, and producing diy projects.  She’s traveled to Costa Rica to bring education to under- privileged kids and visited her family’s roots in Hong Kong.  One day she hopes to yoddle along the Swiss Alps just like the childhood classic, Sound of Music (one of her favorite movies).  Until her next big international adventure, she’ll keep shopping because life it too short not to be fashionable.

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Jessie tweets & chats her days away working in the social media and marketing departments of Tea. Born and raised in Austin, Texas, Jessie moved to New York after college to work in the fashion industry. Still new to San Francisco, she’s constantly discovering new sushi spots and hidden boutiques. She’s still dreaming of her last trip to the Caribbean and hopes one day soon she can play on the beaches of Thailand.

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Katy designs graphics and textiles for Tea and is a self-proclaimed wildlife conservationist. She loves discovering beautiful things and finding inspiration in unexpected places. When she is not working on one of her too many creative projects she enjoys rollerblading to musicals, pretending she can surf and watching Disney movies. Katy has traveled around the globe to work with creatures that have lost their homes to rainforest destruction. Her most memorable trip was to Malaysian Borneo working with orphaned orangutans, next up is sloths in Costa Rica, and hopefully one day Mountain Gorillas in Uganda.

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