Heike Jarick is a German-born, London-schooled, Milan-trained and globally focused fashion designer
living in New York City.
Launched in 2002, the HEIKEJARICK line focuses on experimental use of drape, layering and tailoring, creatively contrasting structure and fluidity in innovative fabrics.
An advanced contemporary label called HEIKE was launched in 2012, adding a layer to the designer’s impressive oeuvre.
Exclusive fabrics from Italy and Japan coupled with specially selected color stories complete Heike’s signature,
which is inspired by contemporary art, music and architecture, namely Bauhaus theory. Soft shapes and sculptural elements retain their raw forms, always executed effortlessly. Pieces are often multi-use, multi-purpose and highly versatile, focusing on construction and deconstruction,
The brand’s interplay of hard and soft has been celebrated in international fashion magazines and worn by celebrity clients like Halle Berry, Kate Hudson, Shakira and Mandy Moore.
Heike honed her design skills at Central Saint Martins, London, graduating with honors, then worked for notable fashion labels Soprani, Krizia and Trussardi in Milan, and Searle in New York. She also consulted on Work and Friends, a Yohji Yamamoto subsidiary collection in Tokyo.