Heather Thomson attends Fashion Night Out at Lord & Taylor on September 8, 2011 in New York City.

  • Thomson is a fashion designer for her shapewear line YUMMIE TUMMIE. (Sounding a little reminiscent of Jill Zarin?)
  • She was the founding Design Director for Sean “Diddy” Combs’ fashion line and has also worked alongside Beyonce Knowles and Jennifer Lopez to create and launch their labels.
  • She has received three CFDA nominations.
  • – Thomson has two kids. Her son was born very sick and was in need of a liver transplant. Since then she created the “Survivor Tank,” which is inpsired by women battling breast cancer and donates 100% of proceeds to research. (Ok, she is definitely Jill’s replacement)- She was honored at the City of Hope’s annual 2010 Spirit of Life Award alongside Kristin Chenoweth and Kathy Lee Gifford.


Heather Thomson is on a mission to make you forget everything you know about shape wear. From intimates to ready-to-wear and denim, Heather’s innovative fabrics and designs hug, lift, and smooth your body in all the right places – with unbelievable comfort.

Heather believes that clothes should feel good, look good, and make you love what you see in the mirror. Her versatile styles take you from work to workout, daytime to date time with an added boost of confidence. For women everywhere, Yummie by Heather Thomson is a revelation.

Heather’s vision is backed by 15 years as a successful designer and stylist. She’s worked with some of the biggest names in entertainment, including Sean “Diddy” Combs. She was the founding Design Director for his line, and is credited as a major force behind multiple CFDA award nominations.

She’s also worked alongside superstars Beyoncé Knowles and Jennifer Lopez to create and launch their respective labels. These groundbreaking collaborations and Yummie by Heather Thomson are bound by her passion for innovation and eye for what works in fashion.

The idea for Yummie by Heather Thomson was born shortly after her children. Disappointed by existing shapewear, she set out to create something sexier, comfier, and “yummier.” She came up with the patented 3 section system that is now Yummie Tummie’s signature – and shapewear has never been the same.

Yummie by Heather Thomson brings together fashion and function. Pieces flatter and smooth, so your natural shape becomes the show stopper. They let you look your best all the time, so that the first thing people see is your confidence. Now that’s Yummie.

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Creator & Founder

Heather Thomson Charity Work, Events and Causes

In addition to her work as the Founder/ Chief Creative Officer of Yummie by Heather Thomson, Heather is a valued advocate for multiple philanthropic organizations. She is a Cause Celebrity for Organ Donation and deeply involved in supporting the public education efforts of the New York Organ Donor Network. As a board member of the Kellner Pediatric Liver Foundation, Heather works to reduce the incidence of pediatric liver disease by raising funds and awareness for the foundation. Having personally experienced the impact of these advocacies with her son, she makes every effort to promote and support their initiatives both locally and nationwide.

Most recently, Heather was honored with the City of Hope’s annual 2010 Spirit of Life Award recognizing her tireless efforts to promote power and self-confidence in women of all ages around the country In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness month, Heather designed the Yummie Tummie Survivor Tank, donating 100% of proceeds to Breast Cancer Research. Now in its third year, this one-of-a-kind Survivor Tank has become the ultimate “feel good” top, made from the softest cotton and containing molded breast cups that allow a woman to regain her natural shape, helping survivors not only look better but also feel better in the aftermath of breast cancer.


Heather Thomson Net Worth … courtesy of Celebrity Net Worth.