A native of Los Angeles, California, Kidada Jones was born on 22nd of March 1974. She is the elder daughter of actress Peggy Lipton and Quincy Jones, a composer and arranger. She grew up alongside her sister Rashida Jones in Bel-Air. Talking about her nationality, she is an American and of white ethnicity.
As per record, Jones dropped out at 11th grade, while she was 15. Then she completed her high school from Fairfax high school and later attended the Los Angeles Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising and left at the age of 19 to work with Tommy Hilfiger, an American designer known for founding the lifestyle brand “Tommy Hilfiger Corporation."
She first pursued her career as a celebrity stylist for her father’s publication Vibe magazine. During the time she achieved much popularity when she styled an American singer, king of pop, Michael Jackson for the cover of Vibe. Later she was recruited by Hilfiger for ad campaign centered on Jones along with a group of friends. She has worked as his muse for eight years.
As a model, she has appeared in fashion magazines like Elle, Haper’s Bazaar and Vogue. Furthermore, Jones' fashion work includes design dresses for Snoop Dogg.
Currently, Jones works for Walt Disney Company, designing for the Disney Couture as well as she also consults on Disney projects.
Apart from the fashion world, Jones has also made her appearance in films like “Brooke Shields," “Thicker Than Water," “Black & White," and “The Faculty."
As per our record, Kidada Jones is possibly single. In the past, she was involved in affairs with several guys. At first, she dated her boyfriend, LL Cool J, with whom she separated just after two years of their relationship.
Further, she fell for Tupac Shakur, and they were engaged too, sadly Shakur was murdered. After his death, Jones remained single for almost seven years and then married Jeffrey Nash. However, her marital relationship with Jeffrey didn’t last long and they divorced after three years of marriage.
As of 2017-18, Jones has an estimated net worth of $3 million.