January 25, 2020

Kimora Lee Simmons Flaunts Slim Legs in Black Baby Phat Hoodie & Knee-High Boots in New Pic

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Kimora Lee Simmons shared a new photo where she rocked a piece from Baby Phats Collection, and the fashion mogul also had her slim, graceful legs on display. 

Kimora's expensive look, however, enthralled fans as she flaunted her long and slim flawless legs. The celebrity mom donned a black Baby Phat Hoodie while her legs were clad in matching black knee-high boots, leaving her thighs on full display.

The longtime model was in her elements as she struck a captivating pose for the camera. Fans were in love with the look and they praised the fashion entrepreneur for her youthful looks.

Kimora Lee Simmons at "Karl for Ever" at Grand Palais on June 20, 2019 in Paris, France.| Photo:Getty Images



Last year, Baby Phat experienced a relaunch after almost 20 years of its debut. Kimora teamed up with her grown daughters, Ming Lee and Aoki Lee, in reviving some of the franchise's earlier designs. In a statement about the relaunch, the star said:

"Baby Phat gave a lot of women — especially women of color — a voice and freedom of expression. Now my girls are grown, and we have the chance to celebrate the Baby Phat lifestyle."

With the girls as models for the new collection, the more modern concept came up, and it was a success. A few months before, Baby Phat teamed with Forever 21 on a limited collaboration which sold out within 24 hours.




The brand first came into existence in 1998 through Kimora's ex-husband's fashion line, "Phat Farm." At the time, the pioneer brand made items for men, and after an attempt at trying out women's style, Kimora did not approve of it and decided that the fashion line give the "female touch."

Kimora Lee also sets to pursue an online direct-to-customer style of services.

The line was launched in 1999 and became a massive success with several endorsements from celebrities like Alicia Keys and Britney Spears.



The first drop of the relaunch featured sports-themed hip hop inspired styles. Also, Baby Phat will follow in the footsteps of successful brands that feature street wears. Speaking about the latest development of the fashion franchise, Ming said:

"It's so cool to bring a fresh approach and to be able to create something for how women and girls dress today."



Since the fashion mogul, Kimora Lee Simmons, bought back the license for Baby Phat, her team has been busy with its "comeback."

Aoki combines her pragmatic approach and projections with her older sister, Ming Lee's knack for business and designs. Baby Phat's resurgence is synonymous with its revival of 90's hip hop styles in a mix with today's fashion.

Kimora Lee also sets to pursue an online direct-to-customer style of services. This way, reviews will come at a faster pace.

Lee Simmons also operates an all-inclusive brand that releases androgynous wears ranging from oversized hoodies, pink baseball caps, and T-shirts.