KIMORA LEE SIMMONS IS A ‘PROUD MOM’ AS SON KENZO TEAMS UP WITH PB TEEN

"I Loved Watching Him Explore His Passion"

Kimora Lee Simmons is beaming after her son teamed up with Pottery Barn: Teen (PB Teen) for his room’s makeover. The celebrity mom took to Instagram on Thursday (Jul. 14) with pictures from Kenzo’s room renovation.

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“Proud mom alert,” Kimora told her social media fans. “My handsome and brilliant young man #KENZOLEE teamed up with @PotteryBarnTeen to transform his room,” the celebrity mom shared with her social media followers. “I loved watching him explore his passion for design and basketball,” Kimora said of the experience.

Kenzo went with a “Slam Dunk” theme to convey his love for basketball. The youngster meshed the purple color palette with basketballs of various designs on display throughout his room. Kenzo also shed the spotlight on sneakers with features of the best shoes of the day in his space. “Stay tuned for more exciting news on @officialphatfarm,” Kimora told her social media fans.

It was just a few days ago that Daily Mail exclusively reported Kimora Lee Simmons’ acquiring Phat Farm. The company was previously owned by her husband, Russell Simmons. Both Kimora and Kenzo wore vintage styles by Phat Farm in their latest campaign to promote the brand.

“We live in a time of trend cycles where everything re-emerges with a new spin and flair,” Kimora said in reference to her decision to shed light on vintage styles by Phat Farm. “As the saying goes, ‘What goes around, comes around,'” the fashion mogul continued. “In this case that applies to trends in fashion, but the trends in my life as well,” Simmons said.

“Reacquiring Phat Farm has been at the top of my to-do list ever since I relaunched Baby Phat a few years ago,” Kimora shared with Daily Mail. “They were always meant to be a duo,” she added. “The two hold such a legacy for multiple generations of consumers.”

Kimora Lee Simmons re-acquired Baby Phat about three years ago. She and her daughters, Ming and Aoki, launched the improved brand in 2020. “This is the retro brand that’s reborn looking through the eyes of young people like Ming and Aoki,” Kimora said of the re-envisioned brand. “My girls have been working with me and going to school – and that’s tough,” the celebrity mom admitted. “It can be tough, but it’s exciting that we’re pushing that needle forward.”

Get a full room tour of Kenzo’s new space made possible by Potter Barn here!

Photo: Pottery Barn

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Sarie is a writer and editor for BCK's Los Angeles division. She also shares stories on Medium that are meant to encourage thought and discussion. You can catch her outside enjoying nature and classical literature. Pop culture is pretty fun, too!

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