About Tea Collection
Tea Collection is a San Francisco-based children’s clothing company founded in 2002 by Emily Meyer and Leigh Rawdon. The dress line can be accessed through web retail trade sites, like retail chains and apparel boutiques around the world. Meyer went to Brussels, Belgium. “I discovered it was a pink bunny-themed dress. It was increasingly advanced and I needed something to the present day. It said tea because tea is something shared by all societies. It inspires things like warmth, intelligence and aging – the values I need for varieties."
The Tea Collection supports the Global Fund for Children and their strategic strategies that support the pride of children and young people around the world. The aid of tea requires a large number of structures – Two sets of selective pajamas are planned each year, and all returns are returned directly to the GFC. In addition to tea, they hold on traditional Give Down occasions and, meanwhile, give the organization a part of each online deal.