Sat, 16 Jun 2012 12:24:24 GMT | By Bang, additional photos by REUTERS and Getty
Emma Stone won't take credit for her sense of style

Emma Stone won't take credit for her sense of style and claims her stylist Petra Flannery is the one who is ''really into fashion''.



Emma Stone won't take credit for her sense of style and claims her stylist Petra Flannery is the one who is ''really into fashion''. (© REUTERS and WireImage)
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  • Emma Stone won't take credit for her sense of style and claims her stylist Petra Flannery is the one who is ''really into fashion''. (© REUTERS and WireImage)
  • Emma Stone won't take credit for her sense of style and claims her stylist Petra Flannery is the one who is ''really into fashion''. (© REUTERS and WireImage)
  • Emma Stone won't take credit for her sense of style and claims her stylist Petra Flannery is the one who is ''really into fashion''. (© REUTERS and WireImage)
  • Emma Stone won't take credit for her sense of style and claims her stylist Petra Flannery is the one who is ''really into fashion''. (© REUTERS and WireImage)
  • Emma Stone won't take credit for her sense of style and claims her stylist Petra Flannery is the one who is ''really into fashion''. (© REUTERS and WireImage)
  • Emma Stone won't take credit for her sense of style and claims her stylist Petra Flannery is the one who is ''really into fashion''. (© REUTERS and WireImage)
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Cast member Emma Stone poses at the premiere of "Superbad" at the Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California August 13, 2007. The movie opens in the U.S. on August 17. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

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