Kimora Lee Simmons, 47, with all five of her children

Model turned fashion entrepreneur Kimora Lee Simmons was seen beaming as she posed with her five children.

The founder of Baby Phat has children Gary, 12, Kenzo, 13, Wolfe, 7, Ming, 22, and Aoki, 20.

The reality TV star attended a Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Family Dollar and Crayola ball in Carson, California on Thursday.

Family portrait: Kimora Lee Simmons and her family are hosting a back-to-school giveaway Thursday with Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Family Dollar and Crayola

Family relations: the fashion icon with his five children; Kenzo, Ming Wolf, Aoki and Gary

Siren, born Kimora Lee Perkins, married music producer and businessman Russell Simmons in 1998.

They have two daughters, Ming Lee Simmons, 22 (born January 2000) and Aoki Lee Simmons, 20 (born August 2003).

The power couple broke up in 2006.

Cunning Cunning: Siren was married to Russell Simmons from 1998 to 2006 and has a son, Kenzo; seen in 2011

Simmons began dating Hollywood actor Djimon Hounsou – best known as Amistad and wrestler – in 2006 and they married in 2008.

In May 2009, they welcomed Kenzo Lee Hounsoo’s son.

They broke up in 2012; He said they never married because she was still married to Russell.

Ex-husband: Simmons started dating Hollywood actor Djimon Hounsou – better known as Amistad and wrestler – in 2006 and they married in 2008. In May 2009, they welcomed Kenzo’s son Lee Hounsou. They broke up in 2012; He said they never married because she was still married to Russell. seen in 2009

She married Tim Lesnar in 2014.

The following year, she welcomed her son, Wolf Lee Lesnar.

During a trial for stealing $200 million from his former company, Lesnar said he is still married to his second wife, Jodi Chan Lesnar, who lied to Kimura.

Another example: She married Tim Lesnar in 2014. The following year, she welcomed her son, Wolf Lee Lesnar. seen in 2014

Family Look: Beauty with Tim Lesnar and their son Wolf in New York City in 2015

In January 2020, Kimora adopted 10-year-old Gary Lee and launched her Baby Phat makeup line that same year.

Founded by Lee Simmons, the fashion label has teamed up with HatchBeauty Brands to introduce the collection to stores including daughters Kimora Ming Lee and Aoki Lee.

Kimura said, “The girls grew up on the catwalk. It teaches them how to tap into the inner entrepreneur, the inner creative director, and teaches them the ins and outs of business, which is also very important to me.

Ice cream anyone? The model smiled happily as she handed out ice cream to the children who attended the event

There you go: A little girl gets a delicious treat from a famous mom who knows how to throw a party

The first set will be launched in three different versions of the three-piece set – each designed to represent the three women: Divine for Kimora, Opulence for Ming and Ethereal for Aoki – with lip gloss, body lotion and a shimmery scented body spray.

Kimora told People magazine: “Ming’s is Opulence. Ming is a lot like me, she has a penchant for fashion, beauty and self-expression. The fragrance is also very lovely. “It’s a peach and has orchids with caramel,” she said.

“Okay, called Ethereal.” It is about a free attitude, independence and the pursuit of knowledge. It is a kind of fine decoration for independence. As a woman, hear me roar.

Aoki hopes the new line will better represent their heritage and help other makeup enthusiasts from different cultures feel accepted in the beauty industry.

Generous Lady: The star delivered Phat Farm backpacks in various styles

Very stylish! The fashion entrepreneur maintained her California style with a casual look in faded stone cut jeans, dangling cuffs and two-tone Nike Air Jordan kicks.

“Brands represent more than just products in today’s world, and it’s important for us to continue to be a part of the cultural and aesthetic conversations as we break new ground for girls like us,” she explained.

A portion of the set’s sales will be donated to Fair Fight, an organization that promotes fair elections and education about electoral reform and voter suppression.

Kimura rose to fame at the age of 13 when she signed a modeling contract with Chanel, helping to inspire the creative vision of designer Karl Lagerfeld and championing racial inclusion.

Setting the mood: The entrepreneur and mother of five has spent years preparing school supplies

Happy group: With the freshly painted faces and new gear for back to school, all the children were very happy

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