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Emma Stone's Stylist Reveals Her San Francisco Roots

The woman behind that Lanvin jumpsuit talks growing up in the Bay

Photo by Kevork Djansezian/NBC via Getty Images
Photo by Kevork Djansezian/NBC via Getty Images

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Petra Flannery has earned herself top honors in The Hollywood Reporter's list of the top 25 stylists in the industry. While she can attribute her power ranking to her bold decisions—that include Emma Stone's Lanvin jumpsuit at this year's Golden Globes—she credits her innate fashion sense to her upbringing in the Bay Area. "My mother always worked in fashion," Petra tells the aforementioned publication. "She started in 1968 running the Pucci department of Saks in San Francisco and told stories of the '60s and parties she and my father attended." Petra then goes on to detail that her sister and she "were also influenced by a very free bohemian '70s sense in Mill Valley." So the next time you see one of her clients on the red carpet, whether it be Emma or Gwen Stefani or Zoe Saldana, just remember that a piece of that outfit is a reflection of San Francisco.