Whether it's featuring in her own unscripted television show, or running a multi-million style domain, it's forever been family first for Kimora Lee Simmons. What's more, nothing has changed.

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For Child Phat's most recent coordinated effort with Everlastingly 21, Kimora isn't just helming the darling Y2K brand,

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yet she is doing as such with her little girls, Ming Lee Simmons, 22, and Aoki Lee Simmons, 20, close by.

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"It's energizing to see the young ladies grow up. Clearly they're free, they have their own will and wishes

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 I'm attempting to make for them an extremely impressive marketing prudence and an exceptionally amazing feeling of freedom and independence

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the design magnate, 47, tells Individuals solely. "I believe they should realize that I'm developing something for them — me and them. That is all there is to it. Me and my five children. "

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"It's about creating that legacy," Simmons says. "I want [them] to understand the legacy of the business that was created for [them].

It's been a 20 year plus ride and I want them to understand that. I think today a lot of kids go to school and come out and they don't know how to secure a mortgage.

They don't know how to invest. They don't know how to take a dollar and turn it into five. I want [my kids] to understand those things and have fun. And I think they do.