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SAN FRANCISCO, CA, January 20, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Tea Collection, a high-quality children's clothing brand with designs inspired by the beauty of global cultures, introduces its first ever United States inspired collection. Although world travel and exploration will always be at the heart of Tea Collection, the brand understands that that same diversity, found just down the road or across the street here in the United States, also deserves celebration. The 2018 collection honors the extraordinary cultures, colors and creative spirit of our beautiful home, with the hope of motivating others to explore their backyards to discover the beautiful global richness that makes America what it is today.
The United States Collection covers it all, from prints inspired by real Pueblo pottery and all-American bandanas, to migrating Monarchs and cutting-edge rocket launches. Each piece was thoughtfully curated to remind each little citizen that the world is theirs to explore and if they can dream it, they can do it! An especially exciting feature of the line is the Native Artists collaboration. Tea Collection collaborated with indigenous artists across the country to create original art, true to tradition, designed to connect our littlest citizens to native artists across the country. A sample of these inspirational pieces include the following unique designs:
o Acoma fish print inspired by the designs of Pueblo pottery in the collections of Santa Fe's Museum of Indian Arts & Culture
o A singing butterfly girl inspired by Gregor Lomayesva's folk art of a strong Hopi warrior spirit known for saving her village
o A Seminole Thunder Bird protecting the people with lightning bolts designed by Absentee Shawnee-Seminole pointer Benjamin Harjo Jr.
o Colorful embroidery and a fire-wielding female water spider inspired by Cherokee artist Martha Berry's Southeastern Woodlands beadwork
o Bold playtime print inspired by the traditional Seminole patchwork patterns that Jessica Osceola's grandmother taught her to sew
"This year, we are inspired by our own United States - home to cultures representing nearly every corner of the planet. After traveling to dozens of countries around the globe, we are celebrating the cultural crossing of our own neighborhoods for the first time. We are excited to share the global communities that enrich our lives right here at home," says Emily Meyer, Co-Founder of Tea Collection.
Additionally, Tea Collection is launching its first ever Tween girl Collection, which now includes extended options up to size 16. For a time when finding your place in the world is top of mind, Tea Collection aimed to create comfy, cool and creative designs to enable young girls to find their personal style. These designs will incorporate the very same Tea Collection magic, but for a brand new girl.
"As girls grow up through elementary school, they are developing their own point of view and their own style. We want to be there for these girls in a way that supports their curiosity and their connection to the world. We are introducing a Tween girl collection, created for girls going through this important time of discovery and self-expression, " adds Leigh Rawdon, Co-Founder of Tea Collection.
For more information, please visit http://www.TeaCollection.com.
About Tea Collection
Based in San Francisco, California, Tea Collection makes children's apparel and accessories for ages 0-16 inspired by global travel and the world's natural beauty. Believing that all cultures deserve to be celebrated, twice a year Tea Collection designers explore a new region of the world and transform their discoveries into a collection of high-quality, every day, modern clothing for children, making the foreign more familiar. Tea Collection clothing is available online, in over 250 boutiques across the U.S. and exclusive Nordstrom locations. For additional information, please visit http://www.TeaCollection.com or follow our adventures on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest.
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