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Kimora Lee Simmons's New Demographic

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"I get on the treadmill every day now. It's a new decade, and I'm realizing that the girl I was in my 20s is gone. I'm growing up and realized I had to make changes. I've got to work out now. I feel like the women who watched through the years will really identify with this. Just like me, they are more grown-up, not the club/party girl anymore, and they are probably dealing with some of the very same issues." [Stylelist]