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Kimora Lee Simmons’ Answer for Working Women

Kimora Lee Simmons’ KLS line has our attention. Her latest collection is designed with the working women in mind and we are so here for it! Now, we usually give celebrities the side-eye when they claim to design functional workwear. What happens more often than not is the items are overpriced ($300 for a basic tee?!) and not at all practical for the demands of working 10 hour days. Seriously, who is standing in a boardroom meeting wearing seven inch heels? Not a woman who wants to keep her job for very long, or her health.

But Kimora Lee Simmons has set out to solve just that dilemma.

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Launching her latest collection, Kimora is keeping her word with pieces that don’t straddle the line between office-appropriate and club wear. She’s stepping her brand up a notch with this contemporary women’s line that features the hottest pieces (what else would you expect?).

With years of experience designing for various brands—including Baby Phat and Phat Farm, the entrepreneur, mother and former supermodel’s luxury-priced line is perfect for women who wear multiple hats throughout each day.

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KLS has body-conscious suits, skirts, dresses and separates. The line’s also complemented by a variety of chic handbags, perfect for hauling around those needed essentials to get you through the work day.   

Here are all the reasons we’re here for it:

  1. The looks are crafted beautifully and is refreshingly high-end, but won’t break the bank.
  2. It’s effortlessly sexy and cool while being ideal for running from day-to-night events.
  3. The line includes pieces Kimora would actually wear! Sometimes, designers push product they would never wear, but this collection vibes with Kimora’s own personal style. And she’s a working mother of four so she gets it!

Shop the line here or, if you’re on the west coast, browse a few pieces at the store location in Beverly Hills.

What do you think of Kimora’s new collection? Would you cop it?

Photos courtesy of KLS Collection

Briea L. Curington

Briea L. Curington