We’ve rounded up a few events that went down on both coasts. Sanaa Lathan stepped out to support Kimora Lee Simmons for her KLS opening, Chanel Iman and Fabolous hit up a Public School fashion event and Jennifer Hudson made her Broadway debut. Pics inside….
Fab mom-of-four hosted a night of fun, high-end fashion and friends at the grand opening of the Kimora Lee Simmons' Beverly Hills boutique. This new project has been one Kimora has been working diligently on.
We remember seeing her with her husband Tim Leissner and baby Wolfe Lee a few months ago in Beverly Hills making a stop at the store to make sure things were running smoothly.
And look who tagged along with mom....
Baby Wolfe Lee Leissner and big brother Kenzo Lee Hounsou were there to support mom's newest project.
Radio host Downtown Julie Brown was also in the mix. Kenzo is getting so big and he's so adorable.
The Perfect Guy starlet Sanaa Lathan stepped out to support her friend’s new KLS boutique.
The 44-year-old stunna got white HOT in a spaghetti strapped shirt and hip-hugging skirt that showed off her amazing curves. She finished her look with a pair of black caged sandals and a long textured bob.
YAS! Serve Sanaa. She smized for the gawds as she posed it up alongside composer/classical pianist Chloe Flower.
All three ladies had a girls' chat session where they shared plenty of laughs.
Home décor designer Nikki Chu and former television host Julissa Bermudez were in the mix to check out the new luxe boutique. Fab times.
At another event on the east coast....
Supermodel Chanel Iman turned heads when she showed up at the Jordan x Public School fashion presentation at Terminal 23 in NYC. The 25-year-old, who celebrated a birthday last week, slipped into a mini printed dress and a hot pair of black thigh-high PVC boots. She accessorized her look with a blue Dior mini bag.
The DOPE star made it a girls night out with her model friend Stephanie Bertram-Rose.
On the front row, the Victoria's Secret model linked up with her bestie Heidy De la Rosa.
Then, rapper Fabolous took his spot on the front row before the show. Fun times.
Elsewhere in NY....
Last night was the official opening night of the Broadway musical "The Color Purple" at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre. At the end of the show, Broadway newbie Jennifer Hudson was overcome with emotion after a stellar performance.
Alice Walker, who wrote the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, received a standing ovation.
The YBF carpet arrivals:
“The Wiz Live!” actress Shanice Williams got cute in a purple frock to check out the hit Broadway musical.
"Being Mary Jane" star Maragret Avery was also on the scene for opening night. She played Shug Avery in the 1985 film.
“Orange Is The New Black” stars Uzo Aduba, Laverne Cox and Samira Wiley (who all looked amazing) came out to show support of their friend/co-star Danielle Brooks for her Broadway debut as Sophia, the role played in the film version by Oprah.
“Empire” star Gabourey Sidibe took a break from the Golden Globe celebrations to peep the show.
NBC anchor Tamron Hall looked stunning in a white long sleeve dress and gold peep toe pumps.
"CBS This Morning" host Gayle King kept with the purple theme rocking a lavender dress and deep purple clutch.
Broadway star Patina Miller got glam in a pink jumpsuit and sandals.
JHud slipped into this sexy strapless plum purple gown and sashayed down the carpet at the show’s after party held at the Copacabana.
The Oscar winner was joined on the carpet by her fiance David Otunga, their adorable son David Jr. and JHud's nephew, all rocking blue and black suits. Adorbs!
Then the Grammy winner snapped it up with her co-stars Cynthia Erivo (who needs a Tony for her role in this STAT) and Danielle Brooks.