It’s just about having an active lifestyle.’It has spawned books (Fabulosity: What It Is and How to Get It) and perfumes (Baby Phat Fabulosity) and, says Kimora, ‘I came up with that phrase many years ago and people just seem to love it.It’s about knowing that we come with so much that is already fabulous but knowing also that we can always improve and be better. Newly 14, the teen moved to Paris to work under the famous Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld. At age 14, she landed a modeling contract with Chanel and moved to Paris. Two years later, Kimora was awarded an exclusive modeling contract from Chanel.
The model and entrepreneur her husband, financier Tim Leissner, have welcomed their first child together, son Wolfe Lee Leissner, a rep for Simmons confirms exclusively to PEOPLE.“We are filled with joy, adoration and gratitude as we celebrate the birth of our son,” the couple tell PEOPLE in a statement.Simmons, 39, is resting and doing well after the delivery, and Leissner, 45, is “ecstatic,” according to the rep.Plus he is also the creator of the clothing fashion lines named as Phat Farm, Argyleculture, as well as Tantris.Simmons had a net-worth estimate of 0 million as it was recorded in the year 2011.He has a huge fan following and has been honored many times with the reputable award titles too.In the year 1998 in the month of December, Russell Wendell Simmons got married with Kimora Lee after dating each other for so many months.The couple got married in the private ceremony that was not less than a private wedding.They have two daughters named as Ming Lee as born in January 2000) and Aoki Lee as born in August 2002. Soon after getting end up with the first wedding, Russell Wendell Simmons started dating the Julie Henderson.‘It’s like The Office,’ she says, referring to the Ricky Gervais-inspired series, ‘but a lot more organized.’Part of her appeal to women lies in her self-confidence and her positive body image (admittedly not difficult to muster when you’re as striking as she is), ‘but I’ve faced rejection time and time again and I’ve been lots of different sizes,’ she says.‘I’ve had times when I’ve been much bigger and much smaller so that you could see my ribs and I look back at some pictures and it was awful to me.As she herself explains: ‘I’m very determined, honest, open and definitely very energetic.I expect a lot as a boss and I’m very demanding, but I ask that of myself too.’ ‘After Life in the Fab Lane [Kimora’s previous show] which had sprinklings of my family life in it, I really wanted to show the workings of an office and how a team works together to build a brand,’ she says, altogether softer and more quiet than her on-screen persona.But it’s all OK because I’m comfortable with myself now.