Kimora Lee Simmons booking
Kimora Lee Simmons was born May 4, 1975 in St. Louis, Missouri. At age 14, she landed a modeling
contract with Chanel and moved to Paris. At 17, she met Russell Simmons. They married in 1998. Her
fashion design career started shortly after. In 2003, she worked as executive producer of the Def
Poetry Jam. In 2007, she started appearing on Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane, a reality show. Model and
fashion icon Kimora Lee Perkins was born on May 4, 1975, in St. Louis, Missouri. Simmons was born
to an African-American father, Vernon Whitlock, Jr., and Japanese mother, Joanne Perkins. At the age
of 11, Kimora Lee’s mother enrolled her in a modeling class. Two years later, Kimora was awarded an
exclusive modeling contract from Chanel. Newly 14, the teen moved to Paris to work under the famous
Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld. After closing one of Karl Lagerfeld’s haute couture shows as a child
bride, Kimora Lee became a sensation within in the industry. Soon after, she forged a close friendship
with fellow Chanel model Tyra Banks, and became a self-proclaimed muse of Lagerfeld. Kimora, along
with three other models, were dubbed “the four Karlettes.”
At the age of 17, Kimora Lee met 35-year-old Russell Simmons after a runway show during New York
Fashion Week. After their meeting, he sent her a large bouquet of flowers. The couple started dating
on-again-off-again for several years. In 1998, however, love won out and Kimora Lee and Russell
Simmons married at St. Bart’s. The ceremony was performed by Russell’s brother Joey “Rev Run”
Simmons of Run-D.M.C. The reception was held on a 190-foot yacht.
Kimora Lee Simmons’ fashion design career started shortly after marrying Russell. Her husband had
begun creating baby clothing from his Phat Farm clothing line. Kimora Lee then took the project on
herself, and Baby Phat was created in 1999. She was named creative director and president of the
line, taking it from baby t-shirts to a full line of urban women’s wear. In January 2004, Kimora Lee and
Russell Simmons sold the apparel and licensing of the Baby Phat and Phat Farm brands to Kellwood
Company for $140 million. As a result of the sale, the couple started expanding the line, including the
Simmons Jewelry Company, which included the “Diamond Diva” line. That same year, Kimora Lee
and her husband signed a deal with Coty, Inc. to create a line of women’s fragrances under the
Kimora Lee Simmons brand. The couple also signed with Vida Shoes International to create a line of
women’s shoes under the Baby Phat line. In 2007, Kimora Lee Simmons was promoted by Kellwood
to President and Creative Director of Phat Fashions, which covered both Baby Phat and Phat Farm.
Kimora Lee expanded her talents to television in 2003, when she earned a Tony Award for working as
executive producer of the Russell Simmons Presents: Def Poetry Jam. Simmons has also been a
judge for many model and fashion-based television programs, including America’s Next Top Model
and MTV’s Fashionably Loud. Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane is a reality show that takes a look into the
life of Kimora Lee Simmons that began in 2007 and is shown on the E! Channel and Style Network.
She has also appeared in many movies, including The Big Tease in 1999, Beauty Shop in 2005 and
Waist Deep in 2006. Kimora Lee also published her first book in 2006, entitled Fabulosity: What it is
and how to get it.
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