Eva Hsieh

Eva Hsieh

For as long as Eva can remember, she has always had a strong appreciation in the beauty she sees around her. From flowers to insect, antique furniture to architecture, almost everything she encounters, she finds the beauty in it and turns it into inspirations. Unsurprisingly, she became a fashion designer, as well as a floral arrangement enthusiast. Eva started her own intimate women’s apparel brand, Eve’s Temptation, in China in 2001, rapidly expanded into Chinese shopping malls, growing the company into hundreds of stores nationally. As the founder and head designer, her goal is to create apparels that help women of all ages to feel more confident, attractive, inclusive, and at their best from the inside out.

With the great passion for art, and the willingness to help the new generation, Eva Hsieh is a patron of the Huntington Library, MOCA, and the Getty Museum. She has been supportive of young emerging contemporary artists around the world, integrating the cultural exchange between the east and the west.

As a devoted philanthropist, she expanded her philanthropic contributions to the field of cancer and neuroscience research. She has been working with the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, and the UCLA research initiatives as well as being a trustee of Brain Mapping Foundation supporting major global initiatives for neuroscience including G20 Summit’s Neuroscience20 (Spine20, Brain20 and Mantal20) and Brain technology and Innovation Park; World’s First Biotech Park for Brain, Spine and Mental Health.