“My mom leaves it up to us, not to say that she doesn’t do anything, but I think she knows that we got it.” When I pull up to Alder Manor, the beautiful but abandoned mansion in Yonkers, NY, my Uber driver is just as curious as I am. “Is this an old boarding school?” he asks. “Does someone live here?” I tell him no, that I was actually here for a photoshoot. “And, you’re sure this is the place?” he says, concerned. The day before Ming and Aoki Lee Simmons’s publicist had invited me to visit the set of the next Baby Phat ad campaign shoot, telling me that it would be a long drive, especially with the afternoon traffic (it took almost two hours — I napped), but they rented a mansion and it’d be worth it. I didn’t need convincing: I grew up fawning over extravagant Baby Phat campaigns. There was the one that starred Kimora as president of the United States, walking out of a replica Air Force One branded with the Baby Phat logo, her first daughters (Ming and Aoki) in tow. Another Morrocan-inspired one starred Aoki sitting on a camel, Ming looking through a gold telescope, and Kimora lounging on a chaise being waited on hand and foot. Needless to say I expected fabulosity...