Category: We Love…

weeDecor’s Tea-Inspired Wall Motifs

We’re happy to announce a new partnership – with our local friends weeDECOR! weeDECOR makes wall decals for nurseries and children’s rooms. Our designers collaborated with them to create the wall decals above (clockwise:  Whimsical Birds, Origami Elephant, Tori Bird & Flower, Origami Bird).

“Tea, a leader in children’s fashion, is well known for their gorgeous and sophisticated prints and colors. We are thrilled to turn those prints into wall decals for children’s rooms”, said Pam Webber, CEO and founder of weeDECOR.  “We are especially honored to work with a fellow San Francisco company to offer parents more eco-friendly decorating solutions in the prints and palettes they have known to love from Tea.”

All weeDECOR products are made with a biodegradable fabric, and are reusable if you want to move them from room to room.

We’re totally charmed by them – arem’t you?

Tea and Google Catalogs

We love our catalogs at Tea – preparing for them, deciding on a artistic direction based off of our destination, and working with our talented team of models.  Our print catalogs have evolved hugely over the past few years, and we are now taking the next step by offering digital options. At Tea we are all about being green, and what better way to do that than offer a web-based catalog for iPad users?

So without further ado, we’re thrilled to announce our new relationship with Google Catalogs (which just launched yesterday). Google Catalogs offers an innovative new approach to exploring catalogs. You can zoom in to see products up close, create collages of your favorite items, share products with friends, and subscribe to our catalog to be the first to see what’s being newly released.

 

Are you intrigued? We are. Visit Google Catalogs to learn more, and play with our new Fall Modern Mexico catalog in a whole new way. Happy shopping!

Lucha Libre Interior Design

We’re loving this Lucha Libre inspired nursery, made for little Kahlo Noel!

Kahlo’s mother Erika wanted to design a room that reflected her husband’s Mexican heritage, and that wasn’t all about animals like many nurseries. In her words “I think the hardest part, and it still is, is holding back from buying anything and everything with a luchador printed on it. I wanted the luchadores to be present in the room but not completely take over.”

Don’t you think our Lucha Libre hoodie would be the perfect match for this new little citizen?

found via the lovely ohdeedoh

Random Acts of Inspiration: My Mom, the Style Icon

Every Monday at Studio T we showcase fashion and art projects we find inspiring. Have a look at our previous Random Acts of Inspiration here.

Have you seen the blog “My Mom, the Style Icon“?  Amazing! It really makes me want to go through all my mom’s old photos – the ones I made fun of as a kid. Please share your favorite pictures of your moms!

ps Fellow San Francisco company Chronicle Books just released the My Mom, the Style Icon book.

Inside Studio T: Telephant

Every Friday we share a weekly behind-the-scenes photo taken in our offices at Tea.This could be anything – great employee outfits, our sources of inspiration, shots from our parties, or photos of us hard at work. For more sneak peeks behind the scenes at Tea click here.

The very first season I worked at Tea was for Japan.  The designers brought back this shirt for inspiration and it remains one of our favorites. I have it hanging on the board right across from me so I can always see it! It makes me happy. Can you see the influence in our boys’ graphic tees?

Random Acts of Inspiration: Of Another Fashion

Every Monday at Studio T we showcase fashion and art projects we find inspiring. Have a look at our previous Random Acts of Inspiration here.

Of Another Fashion” is one of my regular weekly reads these days. Created by Minh-Ha T. Pham, it’s a collection of women of color sporting fashionable outfits, from the 1920s through 1980s. In Pham’s words it is “an alternative archive of the not-quite-hidden but too often ignored fashion histories of U.S. women of color”.


To see more beautiful images click here.