Jada Pinkett Smith and Willow Smith Have Mommy-Daughter Time in Malibu

Jada Pinkett Smith and daughter Willow were spotted having a mommy-and-me date in Malibu on Tuesday. They were both clad in a heap of black clothing with Jada sporting a white tank, biker jacket and oversized cargo pants and her baby girl in an oversized tank and vest with baggy black pants and a head scarf. Both ladies were sporting edgy combat boots. The Smith women sat down for lunch at Tra Di Noi, an Italian restaurant. They also strolled around the streets of Malibu and even stopped to play with a two-legged dog. It’s nice to see the mother and daughter hanging out with each other considering they have very busy schedules.

Jada and husband Will plan to follow in Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s footsteps by hosting a fundraiser for the Obama re-election campaign. The luncheon is scheduled for October 25 and will be held in the Smiths’ home. There will be scores of prominent people at this event including actress Salma Hayek, Roc Nation co-founder Jay Brown and Troy Carter, who managed Lady Gaga.
Unsurprisingly, admission to this luncheon is very pricey. Ticket prices start at $2500 a pop with the highest being $40,000. Each ticket has different perks that range from a picture with First Lady Michelle Obama to an exclusive meet-and-greet with the First Lady.

Eleven-year-old Willow also has a new project. The “Whip My Hair” singer recently launched a Tumblr blog. She named the blog L’Art Des Chiffons, which loosely translates to “The Art of Rags.” The blog contains shots of runway shows, magazine editorials and other fashion related material. The blog has already caught the eye of other fashionistas who marvel at the youngest Smith’s taste. “Though Smith’s own material history skews more toward the punky and spunky, her posts feature an overwhelming amount of black pieces, structured jackets and skinny-leg pants,” wrote one Style.com blogger. “Think J. Crew meets H&M in a dark, remote alley. More unexpectedly, she includes a few pictures of lingerie, which we assume is more aspirational than the others.”

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