Kimora: House of Fab, Season 1HDClosed Captioning
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In the premiere season, President and Creative Director of JustFab, Kimora Lee Simmons, is working to move the company to the next level of fabulosity. See just what it takes for a thriving young company to succeed as we pull back the curtain on their sleek offices and focus on Kimora and her staff, a bunch of mini-fashionistas who rival her over-the-top personality.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPledge Allegiance to the Fab||In the series premiere, supermodel and fashion entrepreneur Kimora Lee Simmons has moved on to bigger and better things since her stint at Baby Phat. As the newly helmed president and creative director of JustFab, it's her job to take the exclusive online shopping site to another level. The pressure is on for Kimora's staff, especially for Kim, who has to pull together a launch event that will not only please Kimora and the big bosses, but JustFab's super difficult celeb stylist Jessica Paster. And of course, Kimora's new office needs a fab makeover, and who better than to do it than Johnny, the office's over-the-top drama king? But will Kimora go for his ultra-flamboyant look?||41:06||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoMiss Labeled||This week, Kimora's entire JustFab office is focused on brand exposure. Kim sets up an interview and photo shoot for Kimora with "OK! Magazine"--and even though she's very particular with them about which questions they're allowed to ask the Queen Bee, they're not always one to listen. Meanwhile, Kim puts Sarah and Ashley in charge of styling young fashionistas Elle and Blair Fowler for a red carpet event. Plus, the public relations and marketing teams hold a company-wide competition to brainstorm the best idea for a viral video to really put JustFab on the map.||41:28||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoCrack Is Whack||Best known for being the diva of denim, Kimora wants to expand JustFab's denim line with colorful and stretchy fabrics! She assigns Lesley to oversee the project, but getting real women's input for their jeans is key--so Lesley works with Kim to create a pop-up shop at a mall where customers can try on the pants right on the spot and give their feedback. Meanwhile, Sandra and Alyson work together on the new fall print ad--but Alyson's risque vision starts to turn Sandra off. Plus, Johnny tries to reinvent himself when he learns a promotion might be within reach.||40:33||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoMultiple Shoegasms||Sandra and Alyson put their thinking caps on to create a new JustFab commercial that's as inventive as their last. However, comedy is quite subjective and JustFab's CEOs aren't necessarily on the same page as the creative department. Meanwhile, Lesley celebrates her birthday with all of her coworkers in the office, because she can't find time for herself outside of her job. In true Kimora fashion, Kimora sets her up with a tall and handsome guy who might just get Lesley's blood pumping outside of the office!||41:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGaudy by Nature||Johnny's nabbed the viral video in-house competition, but there's one problem--getting Kimora on board! Despite the CEO's insistence, she want's nothing to do with it. But a viral video without the brand's biggest celeb makes no sense! Meanwhile, Johnny's love life takes a nasty turn and his lack of concentration threatens the video shoot!||41:17||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGetting the Boot||Lianca drops the ball before a very important meeting, putting her future at JustFab in jeopardy! When Sandra discovers the reason for Lianca's less-than-rock star performance, she puts her up to a more creative challenge--coming up with a fun quiz for the JustFab website that will impress the CEOs--and save her job! Meanwhile, Kimora wants the company to branch out into dresses, which puts Lesley up against the gun to get the new line out in time for spring!||41:10||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoStuds and Stilettos||The pressure is on as the JustFab team has two weeks to prepare for Kimora's commercial. But when Kimora doesn't see eye to eye with CEOs Don and Adam, things get rocky! Don and Adam want to showcase her sex appeal, while Kimora wants a more serious, business look--leaving Lianca to find a middle ground. Then, as if things weren't chaotic already, JustFab partners up with Avril Lavigne. To kick off the collaboration, they hold a live streaming concert--but when the team finds out the concert will be on the same day as the commercial shoot, scheduling gets tricky. Meanwhile, since Johnny didn't get the promotion he wanted, he contemplates leaving the company. Will he stay loyal, or will he jump ship?||40:52||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoFashion Week Virgin||In the season finale, Kimora may not be a stranger to New York Fashion Week, but for the first time ever, JustFab shoes will make their debut on the runway at Lincoln Center! Plus, Kimora invites three of her major players along, including Lianca, who is a Fashion Week newbie. But although their New York trip will be tons of fun, the ladies are really only there for one reason--and that's to promote their shoes! To kick off their excitement, designer Charlotte Ronson has agreed to team up with JustFab for her runway show--but in order to pull it all off, Kimora's team has to conquer a few hurdles in the Big Apple.||41:40||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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Kimora is amazing. I'm so glad that this new show has been made. It was like forever ago when Life on the Fab Lane was airing..
Just like all the other shows on tv. Boring.
I could care less about the office and their workers. This is an online venue where you pay membership I believe and then pick your choice of clothes, shows, handbags. If may cater to a few, but for those that want items NOT MADE IN CHINA, AND CHEAP DESIGNS, this isn't your cup of tea. All the items are very low price point and not of good quality. Having Kimora involved is probably the ONLY way this has been given air time. A complete waste of my time and money. Buyer BEWARE!