Former fashion model and fashion designer, Kimora Lee Simmons net worth is now estimated to be $ 50 million. She has appeared a couple of times on the Forbes list featuring Top 100 Celebrities, earning a decent amount from her ventures. Till now she has worked in Television series such as Brown Sugar, Beauty Shop, and Waist Deep. Simmons has also judged the show “America’s Next Top Model, Cycle 1″ and was asked to judge the next season as well. However, Lee decided to concentrate on other projects.
In 2004, after selling Phat Fashions, to Kellwood, Simmons was entitled to a major chunk of the sale proceeds. The deal was concluded at $140 million.
Born in St. Louis, Missouri on May 4, 1975, Simmons comes from the Japanese and African American descent. Apart from acting and modeling, she has also authored a book titled ” Fabulosity: What It Is and How to Get It”. The book was published in 2006 by HarperEntertainment.
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Earning over $ 2 million annually from her business ventures and modeling contracts, Simons has her own line of purple Rushcards. She even sponsored KLS Rushcard.
Simmons actively participates in charitable causes, which includes Keep a Child Alive, The G&P Foundation, Rush Philanthropic, and Hetrick-Martin Institute. She also funds a scholarship at her school which takes care of the needs of financially depended children.
In 1992, she met Russell Simmons during a Fashion week in New York. Russell was 35 years old at that time while Lee was just 17. As they enjoyed each other’s company, so the couple married in 1998. Their first daughter Ming Lee was born on January 21, 2000, while her second daughter was born in 2002. The couple named her Aoki Lee. Due to some personal differences, the couple separated in 2006 and then in 2007, Lee started dating Djimon Hounsou. Together the new couple had one child, Kenzo Lee Hounsou. However, even this time, things could not work for too long, so she separated from Hounsou and married Goldman Sachs banker Tim Leissner in 2014.