Kimberly Gant, Chief Stylist

Growing up in the rainy Pacific Northwest, Kimberly learned the art of functional fashion at a young age. Now that her Gortex years are behind her, she believes everyone can look great with the help of an objective and educated eye.

Kimberly holds a B.A. in Humanities and Business Studies from Providence College.  It was while studying art and fashion photography in Florence, Italy that a career in the apparel industry became a clear vision. Kimberly returned to her West Coast roots to pursue a graduate program at FIDM in Merchandise Product Development.  Following graduation she worked in corporate merchandising/buying for several large San Francisco based retailers, including Gymboree and Sephora.  

Eventually her love for fashion, styling, and helping people find the perfect fit led her to personal styling. With a passion for helping people cultivate their wardrobe, she sees her primary role as that of a style coach.  She has been helping the residents of San Francisco and the Greater Bay Area explore their own style for the last five years and has over ten years of experience in the apparel and fashion industry.

You can reach Kimberly at Kimberly@CanvasStyling.com.

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Megan Zatko, Chief Stylist 

Megan is a born and raised mid-western girl, but within her "Buckeye State" mold lies an innate and vibrant multi-coastal energy - a little East Coast edge mixed with the soul of a Bay Area native.  With a passion for helping other people feel great about themselves, she believes in a "high-low" approach to style and that a well-edited wardrobe that reflects your energy and personality will enhance all aspects of your life. 

Megan holds a B.A. from the University of Michigan, and a Master’s degree in Fashion Merchandising and Management from the prestigious Polimoda International University of Fashion in Florence, Italy. Her career has taken her from Washington, D.C. to San Francisco-based The Gap, Inc. and Bare Escentuals. In addition, she has provided fashion and beauty advice for the Washington Post, Washingtonian Magazine, and numerous online publications. 

Her background, coupled with her global education, has given Megan a broad sense of style with the ability to adapt her skills and knowledge to those with whom she advises. She works with a variety of clients, ranging from tech mavens to new moms and particularly loves helping men and women who have recently gone through a life change and want to feel great from the inside out. When not with clients, she can usually be found at the park with her dog Sophie.

You can reach Megan at Megan@CanvasStyling.com.