Home of the original Baby Tee
Linda Meltzer used to comb through thrift stores and flea markets looking for children’s size French-cut T-shirts from the 1970s. She was a music video and film stylist in the early 1990s and became so obsessed with the tightly fitting, shrunken tops that she decided to start making her own. “It was 1993 and my line was called Tease Tee’s,” Meltzer explains. “For the next couple of years, you couldn’t escape the O.G. baby tees.” Her T-shirts showed up on Drew Barrymore on the cover of teen magazine YM. Jennifer Aniston wore them several times on Friends, and they appeared throughout the movie Clueless.