Kimora Lee (previously credited as Kimora Lee Simmons) is a retired model, ex-head of design for Baby Phat fashions, and an occasional actress, best known as one of the judges of the reality television show America's Next Top Model.
She has starred in her own reality series - Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane - as well as Kimora: House of Fab. Previously married to Russell Simmons, the couple divorced in 2009. She is currently married to actor Djimon Hounsou.
By age 13, the St. Louis native and young model was discovered and whisked away to Paris where she signed an exclusive contract with Chanel. Karl Lagerfeld declared her his muse and deemed her the "Face of the 21st Century."
In addition to modeling for the French fashion house, Kimora has also walked the runways of Christian Dior, Roberto Cavalli and Yves Saint Laurent.
She's been photographed by the world's most celebrated photographers, including Steven Meisel, Annie Leibovitz, Mario Testino and Peter Lindbergh, for the covers of such magazines as Vogue, Elle and Harper's Bazaar.
Building on her dynamic fashion experience, Kimora has spent the past 16 years cultivating an international stable of iconic, successful brands including fashion, accessories, fragrance and beauty.
She is currently the President and Creative Director of JustFab.