Kimora Lee Simmons Net Worth

Kimora Lee Simmons Net Worth : $50 Million


Former American Fashion Model



Source of Wealth

Acting, Modelling and Business

Years of Experience


Date of Birth

May 4, 1975


Graduated from Lutheran North High School, Missouri

Marital Status

In relationship with Djimon Hounsou



Kimora Lee Simmons’ Income & Total Net Worth

Kimora Lee Simmons was born in Missouri and has an approximate net worth of $50 million dollars. An author, model, and businesswoman, Kimora Lee Simmons, is also an ex-president and creative director of Phat Fashions. Currently, she is performing in “Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane”, her own reality series, which is one of the major sources of her net worth.

Russell Simmons is her ex-husband. She has achieved international fame and is a highly paid model.

Properties: Private Fortune

She owns a huge 49,000 square feet Saddle River mansion in New Jersey.

Kimora Lee Simmons Home

Kimora Lee Simmons’ Business Investments

In order to offer college tuition support for academically successful young women (who can’t afford tuition fee due to financial crises), Kimora Lee Simmons Scholarship Fund was established by her at her high school Alma Mater in St. Louis, Missouri. While working as a president and a creative director of the ‘Phat Fashions’ company, she launched “KLS”, her own couture line, in the year 2007. She launched five fragrances for women:Golden Goddess”, “Goddess”,  “Seductive Goddess”, “Baby Phat Fabulosity”, “Love me”, and “Dare Me”. The KLS Rushcard was also sponsored by her, which incorporated her own line of purple Rush cards.

Kimora Lee Simmons’ Career

Simmons has performed various little roles in television and films, encompassing “Beauty Shop”, “Brown Sugar”, and “Waist Deep”. She has also given her performance in music videos for Ginuwine and Usher.

Simmons signed as one of the judges on “America’s Next Top Model, Cycle 1”, in 2003. She has been a co-host of “Life & Style”, Sony Television’s talk show.

In 2007, Style Network telecasted the first season of “Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane”, her own reality show. This show was based on her personal life as a mother and then-CEO of Phat Fashions.


Simmons also appeared in several films, like:

  • For Love or Money (1993)
  • The Big Tease (1999)
  • Brown Sugar (2002)
  • Beauty Shop (2005)
  • Rebound (2005)
  • Waist Deep (2006)


She wrote “Fabulosity: What It Is and How to Get It”. Topics, like spirituality, beauty, fashion, and finances were covered in the book. Harper Entertainment Company published this book in 2006. It got a great deal of readership, which boosted Simmons’ net worth.