Kimora Puts Schools in the Fab Lane

Kimora Puts Schools in the Fab Lane

The fashion mogul joins Bounty for classroom makeovers.

Published April 7, 2011

Kimora Lee Simmons has partnered with Bounty for the Fabulous School Makeover Sweepstakes. The paper towel giant will grant a lucky school a $50,000 classroom makeover, which will be personally designed by the Life in the Fab Lane star. She dished to, "I want them to be colorful! I want lots of organization for the kids. I want bookshelves and cubbies. I imagine it to be a fun environment where you can learn and feel safe and feel fabulous."

“As a mother of three, and with a passion for fashion and design, I’m always encouraging my children’s creativity through hands-on learning. It’s a thrill to be able to help improve the learning environment for these students, and I hope that parents and teachers will get involved to better the classrooms in their own communities,” said Kimora to the Alain L. Locke school in Harlem during We Love Our School Week.

The Fabulous School Makeover is an amazing cause bringing communities together for change and the devoted mother and renaissance woman is challenging parents, teachers and caring community enthusiasts to join her in providing masses with fabulosity. Supporters can visit the Bounty Facebook fan page and enter their children's school for a chance to win a clean and stylish start.

This will be the second nationwide makeover offered by Bounty. The first $50,000 makeover was designed by HGTV’s Cortney and Bob Novogratz.


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Written by Kittrina Thompson


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