Ming Lee Simmons recently posted a photo of herself, basking under the sun in two-piece swimwear: "Just sitting here getting some sun."
Ming Lee Simmons made her mother proud in recent years as she entered the modeling industry and became involved with her family business.
She often posts beautiful photos of herself on Instagram, showing that she inherited Kimora Lee Simmons' good genes.
Ming Lee Simmons at the Winter Bumbleland event on April 16, 2017 in Rancho Mirage, California. | Source: Getty Images
FUN UNDER THE SUN
Ming recently shared yet another photo on Instagram, giving fans a preview of what her tanning session looked like.
The 20-year-old posed under the sun surrounded by palm trees and captured the greens' shadows around her.
She looked stunning in a khaki-colored, high-waisted two-piece swimwear which she matched with a thick headband.
LIFE AS A MODEL
Although she enjoys modeling and playing with fashion, Ming prioritizes finishing and enjoying her education at New York University above all things.
The brand also had a flash shopping sale on its website, including the "Courtside Capsule" collection to raise funds for the foundation.
Ming worked with her mom's brand, Baby Phat and Baby Phat Girlz while growing up, allowing her to see the world of fashion up close.
Ming Lee Simmons backstage during New York Fashion Week at The Bowery Hotel on September 13, 2017 in New York City. | Source: Getty Images
Ming's sister, Aoki, is also into fashion and is currently enrolled in Harvard to study government. However, Aoki still helps her mom's clothing line flourish on the side.
Kimora also has sons, Kenzo, whom she shares with her ex-husband Djimon Hounsou, Wolfe, whom she had with Tim Leissner, and Gary, whom the couple recently adopted.
Now that the fashion icon's two daughters are in college, she only has boys running around her home. However, both Ming and Aoki are hands-on when it comes to working for their mom.
BABY PHAT GIVES BACK TO THE COMMUNITY
Kimora's streetwear brand recently announced their initiative to help victims of the COVID-19 pandemic. Together with her girls, the entrepreneur donated over 300,000 meals to the Freedom Shield Foundation.
Baby Phat collaborated with Freedom Shield to help the thousands who are dying of hunger after schools closed down.
The brand also had a flash shopping sale on its website including the "Courtside Capsule" collection to raise funds for the foundation.