Most of you know Shemar Moore for his acting, whether it's from the CBS hit show “Criminal Minds” or from his earlier role on the daytime soap opera “The Young and the Restless.” What many do not know about Moore is that he is also passionate about raising money to find a cure for Multiple Sclerosis, which his mother suffers from. One of the ways Moore raises money for the battle against MS is by designing and selling a line of clothing called “Baby Girl,” and on Thursday Moore and “Baby Girl” were featured on HSN for the first time.
Late Thursday Moore shared a short video clip of himself on the HSN set dancing just after he and his “Baby Girl” clothing line made their debut. Moore thanked HSN for putting the “Baby Girl” line in 98 million homes.
Moore was originally selling his “Baby Girl” gear on his website ShemarMoore.com. The line started out small with just a few items with the words “Baby Girl” printed on them in an effort to raise money for MS research. Since that time, the line has branched out to many different types of tops, hats, and even leggings and yoga pants.
You may be asking yourself why Moore decided to call his clothing line “Baby Girl,” and really the answer if very simple. Moore's character on “Criminal Minds” gave co-star Kirsten Vangsness' character the nick name baby girl very early in the show, and it just stuck. Moore also playfully calls himself baby boy at times when teasing his fans.
In addition to selling his “Baby Girl” line, Moore also features a “baby girl of the day” on his Facebook fan page. This is where he shares photos of women of all ages, sizes, and ethnicities from all around the world who have purchased “Baby Girl” clothing, and sent a photo of themselves wearing their item.