Behind the Scenes Archive
We proudly launch our new “Little Citizens” tees and gift sets made exclusively for the Global Fund for Children (GFC). 50% of your purchase supports GFC, which finances local grassroots groups working with the most disadvantaged youth around the globe. Every day is an opportunity to help “little citizens of the world.”
As a mother I think a lot about the world we are leaving for our children. As someone who loves to learn, I’ve been reading a lot about the current status of the environment. It saddens me to consider the reality that the world is getting “Hot, Flat, and Crowded,” to borrow
I grew up in Missouri. My husband grew up in Russia, and this is where his extended family remained. Now we live together in the Bay Area with our kids. In 2008, we packed up our 3 and a half and nearly 2 year old children and made the trek (24 hours
When I thought about the inspiration destination for our Spring 2009 collection, I was still stimulated by the beauty of the Norwegian fjords (our Fall 2008 inspiration) … scenes of the dramatic mountain & beach landscape in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil elated me as a warm interpretation of similar voluminous silhouettes. With
Check out this video over at BNET! Meet some of the Tea team and learn about how we use technology to reach you and your little citizens of the world.
I love her attitude and perspective, and BTW, I loved her choice of designer for her Inauguration Day outfit – citron wool lace dress & coat by Isabelle Toledo. I’m so exited to watch how she evolves the role of the first lady and the perception of the White House. So I
The Tea Blog would love to feature recommendations from our readers on good books, gadgets and planning for raising little citizens. If you have any ones you’d like to see up on our site, please send them along to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks and happy reading!
If you applied to write for Tea and sent us an email submission, please re-send your articles, etc. Our email had a bit of a problem and we are afraid we lost some applications. Thanks so much! The Editor
In May 2007, Emily and I headed north to explore the vast country of Norway in search of inspiration for Tea’s Fall 2008 collection. This was my first visit to a Scandinavian country and I was expecting clean and modern aesthetic. Upon landing in this rich country, I was instantly taken by
My blond haired toddler might not look like an expected little citizen of the world. And he certainly doesn’t have any understanding of countries or nationalities. But he does tell us “no más” when he wants us to stop talking. He’ll ask for “nai nai” when he wants milk. He chows down