Kimora Lee Simmons

Net Worth: $200'000'000

Kimora Lee Simmons

$200'000'000

Kimora Lee Simmons net worth: Kimora Lee Simmons is an American model, author, and fashion entrepreneur who has a net worth of $200’000’000. She first became known for her marriage to Hip Hop founder Russell Simmons. In 2009 the couple divorced. Early Life and Career Beginnings: Kimora Lee Simmons Meissner (n?e Perkins), known professionally as Kimora Lee Simmons, was born in St. Louis, Missouri, on May 4, 1975. She is of African American, Korean and Japanese heritage. When she was eleven years old, her mother enrolled her in a modeling class After being teased for her height. She signed a modeling contract with Chanel and was mentored by Chanel’s iconic designer Karl Lagerfeld. Lagerfeld was inspired by Timor, calling her the “Face of the 21st Century”, calling for more racial inclusion in fashion. She would then model for international high-end brands like Yves Saint Laurent, Roberto Cavalry, Keno Anna Sui, and Valentino. In 1998 Timor’s husband Russell Simmons was head of the urban menswear brand Phat Farm. He created a women’s brand named Baby Phat by Kimora Lee Simmons, which was held under the umbrella of Phat Fashions. Timor was the designer for Baby Phat and created clothes depending on what she wanted to wear. She was then appointed in 2’000 as the brand’s President and Creative Director. In 2001 Baby Phat had revenues of 30’000’000, and by 2002, Phat Farm and Baby Phat combined had profits of 265’000’000. In 2004 The Elwood Company acquired Phat Fashions for 140’000’000, but Timor stayed on as President and Creative Director. Under her leadership, she expanded the brand to a wide variety of products, including denim accessories, jewelry, swimwear, and fragrances. In 2006 She was named the President of Phat Fashions. She was eventually fired from the company in 2010. But she retained all the rights to her fragrance and cosmetics collections even after leaving the company. The perfumes include “Baby Phat Goddess” (2005), “Golden Goddess”, “Seductive Goddess”, “Baby Phat Falsity”, “Love Me”, and “Baby Phat Dare Me. These were sold in department stores like Sears and Macy’s across America. In 2019 She announced She had acquired Baby Phat. Other ventures by Timor include the Simmons Jewelry Company, which marketed Jewelry items under the Phat Farm and Baby Phat labels. She teamed up with Mario Ltd. In 2006 launched, the “Kimora Lee Simmons for Hello Kitty” line was sold In Newman Marcus. A fourth Hello Kitty collection was released in 2008 with Males Corporation. In 2006, she also partnered with Sephora and Macy’s to launch her own Cosmetics brand, KLS Cosmetics. She continued her relationship with Macy’s, launching her KLS fashion collection with the department store in 2010 and the Couture by Timor brand that was exclusive to Macy’s. Timor worked with Swiss skincare company Maker despises In 2011 to launch an anti-aging skincare line targeted at multi-ethnic women. Timor LEE SIMMONS entered the luxury market with the launch of her high-end TIMOR LEE SIMMONS range through Bloomingdale’s Lord Taylor and Farfetch. In 2012 Timor joined Just In the role of President and Creative Director. She ran the company until 2015. Under her direction, Just grew to be a prominent player in the realm of fashion subscription services. John Sculls/Getty Images Television Career and Other Projects: Timor’s first Television hosting role was “One World Music Beat” in 1998. She then went on to host the syndicated talk show Life and Style, produced by Sony Pictures Television in 2004. Other television projects Timor has pursued include her E! Timor Life in the Fab Lane premiered in 2007 and aired for seven seasons Timor House of Fab debuted on the Style Network in 2013 and was a judge on the first season of Tyra Banks’ reality – competition. ” Other projects she has worked on include her 2006 book “Falsity: What It Is and How to Get It” and music video appearances for artists like Genuine, Usher, and Jay-Z. Additionally, she produced the show “Def Poetry Jam” on Broadway, which won her a Tony Award for a Special Theatrical Event in 2003. In December 1998, Russell married Timor Simmons. Together, they have two daughters, Ming Lee Simmons (born in 2’000) and Loki Lee Simmons (born in 2002). They separated in 2006 and divorced in 2009. She began a relationship with the actor Dijon Honshu In the summer of 2008 and, In 2009, gave birth to their son Keno Lee Honshu before the couple split In 2012. In February 2014, Timor married Tim Meissner and gave birth in 2015 to their son Wolfe Lee Meissner. He was, for many years, a partner at Goldman Sachs. He resigned from Goldman in the wake of the infamous 1MDB Malaysia corruption scam, which cost the bank over 1 billion in fines and other costs. Meissner has pleaded guilty to charges of money laundering In 2018 and has agreed to forget the charges In order to prevent it. 7’000’000 in income. Meissner allegedly helped scam artist Who Low bilk Malaysia out of $4.5 billion between 2009 and 2014. During the course of the project, Meissner and another partner earned $200’000’000 in fees. Real Estate: In 2006, soon after separating from Simmons, Timor paid $8.The building was purchased for 5’000’000. Years later, Timor purchased a new, much larger Beverly Hills mansion and started renting this property for as much as 55’000 a month. Shortly after marrying Tim and Timor In 2014, they paid $19’000’000 for an apartment In New York City. They paid 25’000’000 for a 20’000 square foot home In Beverly Hills In 2017. Unfortunately, Tim and Timor sold this house for $16’000’000 in January 2021 – a 9’000’000 loss.

ID: 1064079
Published: 19/08/2022
Views: 29
May 04, 1975
Female
1918
Fashion Designer, Model, Entrepreneur, Actor, TV Producer
United States of America

Present Rank:

1918

Historical Rank:

2853

Date of Birth:

May 04, 1975

Date of Death:

Age:

47

Profession:

Fashion Designer, Model, Entrepreneur, Actor, TV Producer

Nationality:

United States of America

Gender:

Female

Height:

1.83m

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