Kimora Lee Simmons' Empire Is JustFab & Still Growing!

Kimora  Lee Simmons is known for a lot of things; her fabulous sense of  style, her beautiful daughters Ming Lee and Aoki Lee, her luxurious lifestyle,  and also, her mogul status.

Kimora's latest venture, JustFab, recently secured $140 million in funding  from investors proving this isn't just a clothing and accessories line, it is a  serious piece of Kimora's ever-growing empire.

So, $140 million? Yes, that's A LOT of money, but the idea behind JustFab is  simple yet genius.

Users who sign up for JustFab.com input their style preferences and each  month, will receive a personalized boutique of shoes and handbags that have been  chosen to fit their individual style. With each offering, members receive  styling advice and outfit recommendations to complete their look from head to  toe.

What makes JustFab so ideal for investors is the growing opportunities that  exist. More than just a retail platform, the site is launching an online fashion  community that allows users to upload photos and get style advice from other  members as well as from JustFab style panel experts.

JustFab is also extending its support services so that all members have  access to fashion consultants around the clock.

Like 50 Cent did with Vitamin Water (he is both an investor and a co-creator  of the multi-million dollar company), Kimora is using both her name and business  sense to make the most of JustFab. Far from your everyday endorsement deal or  personal line, KLS is taking JustFab and her empire to new heights.

Are you sold yet? We are. Head over to JustFab.com and let KLS upgrade you!

 

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