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Tour This Fashion Maven's Knightsbridge 'Hood (& Wardrobe)

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    With her blonde hair and bewitching eyes, Laura Hofmann has the sort of looks that could incite whiplash. But don't confuse this German-born beauty as just another pretty face. At the young age of 23, Hofmann has already staked her claim as a fashion entrepreneur to watch thanks to the recent launch of her style-centric site Likette.com.

    Needless to say, we weren't entirely surprised to find a Steve Jobs biography and other assorted business tomes stacked next to a pile of fashion mags in her lavish Knightsbridge home. Her insanely covetable dressing room, complete with a vanity and built-in drawers in the wardrobe to hold her impressive collection of luxury handbags, however, stopped us in our tracks. The same could be said of the budding business guru's stash of new-season designer outfits. Really, who needs a power suit when you've got Prada?

    We snapped Hofmann in and around her Knightsbridge digs in four dreamy ensembles that showcase her self-proclaimed "girly and fresh" style. Prepare to be wowed.


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