About I Heat You®
I Heat You® is a fashion and life style brand, adding heat to the industry. We create high quality products with design, craftsmanship and awesome materials.
Our products are made to bring extra warmth to everyone who needs it in their day to day life. At the office, at home or why not at the party.
Our story began in the winter of 2016 when our founder Emma Hällström noticed that if she would get some extra warmth there where only ugly and/or no-practical solutions available.
Most products where on a scale between unpractical and impossible to bring. And the few bringable products where made for sports and outdoor use. ,Nothing that Emma wanted to use at the office or meetings.
Emma decided to make heated fashion and I Heat You® was born.
This Is Us
We are several different people that have worked with I Heat You. Some of us are:
Emma Hällström – founder and pretty much all other positions in the company.
Kim Ingesson – co-founder and art director.
Amalia Ericsson – industrial designer, consultant, Innovation Gotland.
Sara Högblom – fashion designer, consultant, Pattern & Grading.
Mats Forslund and Per Rosén – web design, consultants, Visby Web.
Malin Eklund – finance, consultant, Eklunds ekonomi.
Daniel Freeman – business developer and coach at our incubator Science Park Gotland.
We are also involved with several partners such as Almi, Almi Invest, RegionInvest Gotland, Vinnova, Länsförsäkringar Gotland, Enterprise Europe Network.
Do you have anything you want to ask us or just want to get in touch with us. This is how you'll reach us!
Phone, weekdays 9 AM to 5 PM, Swedish time UTC +1: +46 498 68 33 68
We will answer your e-mail as soon as possible.
Snail mail (OBS! Not returns): I Heat You AB, Box 1118, 621 22 Visby
Warmth And Feminism
Warmth is amazing as an extra luxury in your day to day life. Fore some, it is even a necessity. Our founder Emma needs warmth to prevent and relieve urethritis and also to relieve period cramps. It is a fact that the woman body is not (at all) prioritized in research, knowledge nor in medical care.
It is also a fact that indoor climate regulations are based on a study done in the 1960s on middle aged men. Women have a different metabolic rate and therefor find themselves more cold in their working environment.
The society needs to start to see the woman body as a part of the norm.
We are not able to go to all workplaces and turn up the temperature. Nor do we have the money to finance medical research, yet.
We can however make heated fashion let the female body be the norm.