Kimora Lee Simmons Shares Cool Pic with a Cute Fan Posing in Twinning Black Hoodie & Boots
Fashion designer Kimora Lee Simmons made fans swoon with an adorable picture of her and famous child influencer, Melanh Davis that showed the duo could easily pass as twins in their matching "Baby Phat" hoodies, hairstyles, and boots.
Kimora Lee Simmons has been a significant force in the entertainment and fashion industry who has never failed to make her fans happy.
The "Beauty Shop" actress blessed fans with a cute photo of herself twinning it up with the famous child model and hair influencer, Melanh Davis on Instagram.
The shot which was split into two frames showed the entertainer and the child star wearing matching black hoodies with the words "Baby Phat" and the brand's cat logo inscribed across the chest.
[Simmons] recently announced that her brand would be joining the beauty section with a new line, "Baby Phat Beauty"
The pair also wore matching black knee-high boots with their hair styled into straight waves that fell gracefully behind them. Their lips were a glossy cherry color.
The fashion icon and the child model were posed identically with their hands in the hoodie's pockets and a white door in the background. Simmons captioned the cute post with words expressing her love for Davis' re-creation of her image and she described the little girl as her:
The entrepreneur started her fashion brand, "Baby Phat" in 1999 with her ex-husband, Russell Simmons, and it was a massive success during the 2000s. The fashion designer relaunched her brand as the owner in 2019, a year after her divorce from her husband.
The 45-year-old recently announced that her brand would be joining the beauty section with a new line, "Baby Phat Beauty," and launched the beauty brand with her daughters - 18-year-old Aoki Lee and 20-year-old Ming Lee.
The new business venture disclosed its first product, the Shimmer Dreams set, which came with three individual kits fitted with a glittering lip gloss, a moisturizing hand lotion, and a shimmering body spray.
According to the designer, the three independent kits named Opulence, Divine, and Ethereal, represented the mother and her daughters' personalities with Ming as Opulence, Simmons as Divine, and Aoki as Ethereal.
The brand which was launched on September 1 in spite of the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic was a collaboration between the fashion icon and her two daughters.
The star of the show "Kimora: House Of Fab" believed that it was the perfect time to launch the brand as she needed to do something for women and people of color during these challenging times.
Earlier this year, the model revealed that she had actively participated in donating nearly 400,000 meals to the needy during the ongoing pandemic.
The TV personality worked with Freedom Shield, an organization that aided abused women and kids, to assist the homeless and families in need by providing them food and other essentials as well as protective gear for healthcare workers.
The mother of five who has a big heart and love for her community also reduced the prices of her fashion label "Baby Phat," and a percentage of the earnings were given to the Freedom Shield Foundation.