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His birthday falls on April 24; he is currently 55 years old as of February 2019. Djimon was born to his father Pierre Hounsou and mother, Albertine Hounsou. He has one brother named Edmond Hounsou, they both immigrated to Lyon, France at the tender age of twelve.
There he met a photographer who introduced him to fashion designer Thierry Mugler.
It was her goal to turn fashion label Baby Phat, launched in 1999, into an "aspirational lifestyle brand".
The details as to why Simmons was removed as creative director have not been clear; some blog sites claimed it was because Simmons was spending too much money on company pursuits and giving too much pay to herself and her children.
Simmons wrote a self-help book, Fabulosity: What It Is and How to Get It, that was published by Harper Entertainment in February 2006.
The book is set to function as a 'lifestyle manual' on everything from spirituality and finances to fashion and beauty.
Two years later she was discovered by Marie-Christine Kollock (a representative for seminal Paris Agency Glamour) at a Model Search in Kansas City (organized by Kay Mitchell) and sent to Paris.
Simmons is a graduate of Lutheran North High School in St. Just after her fourteenth birthday, Perkins was awarded an exclusive modeling contract with Chanel and went to work under the tutelage of Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld.
Perkins has been featured on the cover of the German, Indonesian, Singaporean and Malaysian editions of Harper's Bazaar.
Louis to provide college tuition support for academically successful girls with financial needs and is an active member of youth advocacy organizations including Amfar, The G&P Foundation, Keep a Child Alive, Hetrick-Martin Institute and Rush Philanthropic where she is on the board of directors. Louis presented Simmons the key to the city and named March 18, 2008 "Kimora Day" in St. Lee met Russell Simmons in November 1992 during New York City's Fashion Week.
She was 17 and about to finish high school; he was 35 and a self-admitted ladies' man. banker before leaving the firm in the wake of its work with Malaysia's embattled investment fund, has been barred from the U. securities industry for "participation in a scheme to illegally divert billions of dollars from a Malaysian sovereign wealth fund.
In 2004, Simmons' then husband Russell Simmons sold his clothing line Phat Farm to Kellwood Company for 0 million.
When Russell stepped down as CEO of Phat Fashions LLC in September 2007, Simmons—who was already creative director of Baby Phat (which was a branch off Phat Farm Industries)—was promoted by Kellwood to president and creative director of Phat Fashions.