Jacques Heim

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For the French-born choreographer, see Jacques Heim (choreographer).

Jacques Heim (Paris, 8 May 1899 – Paris, 8 January 1967) was a Parisian designer and manufacturer of women's furs and couture, whose maison de couture opened in 1930 and closed in 1969.

He began his career managing the fur business of his Jewish[1] parents Isadore and Jeanne Heim, founded in 1898.

His most prominent clients were Sophia Loren, Yvonne de Gaulle, Queen Fabiola of Belgium, Mamie Eisenhower and actress Gloria Swanson.[2]

His son is Philippe Heim. His daughter is Arianne Heim

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