During our stay in Rome, we explored the cobblestoned streets just like a local would, by scooter! Zipping in and out of alleys and around cars was not only thrilling, but also the quickest way of getting from place to place. Vespas, scooters and motorbikes are everywhere in Rome. They truly are the locals choice of transportation. And who can blame them? As a nod to the vespas we hopped on in Rome, we hand-illustrated scooters for a few of our newest styles.
You may have come across his photos on the pages of Kinfolk or perhaps you’re one of his 189k followers on Instagram, but if you haven’t met Hideaki Hamada, please let us introduce you to one our friends and favorite photographers!
Our newest Baby Boy graphic tees feature some pretty adorable animals that we know your little citizens will love. From the deep sea surrounding Japan to the thickly wooded forest, these animals in our playful graphics are fun to wear and pretty cute, too. See a round up of our favorites and print out two graphics for your little citizen to color in!
This season, Tea is partnering with The Global Fund for Children to give back to several organizations located in South America. This month, we’re featuring the Asociación Civil Los Pioneros in Callao, Peru. Tea CEO, Leigh Rawdon, was fortunate to be able to take a trip to Los Pioneros and meet the wonderful children the grantee works with. Here, she shares her story with us.
At Tea, we live by a mantra: “We Go There.” And although we love traveling across the globe, we don’t think you have to cross an ocean to find adventure. You could explore a whole new world that’s just across the street. This fall, we’re celebrating local explorations and sending your little citizen on a quest for adventure!
We invite you to explore your world and enter for a chance to win $1,000 to shop Tea! So… where do you begin?
Have you ever heard the story of the man and his two horses that trekked all the way from Buenos Aires to New York City? Most would say it is unbelievable, but in 1925, Aimé Félix Tschiffely embarked on a 3 year, 10,000 mile solo journey, with his two criollo horses named Gato and Mancha. Tschiffely and his horses crossed deadly deserts, passed through jungles, sky-high mountain passes and the Panama Canal.