Cream of the Crop
All dressed up with someplace (local) to go
Kristen Jensen (gallery below)
A native of West Virginia, Jane Turner has lived in Ridgefield for more than 20 years, and has a distinguished career in marketing and publishing, with such names as Polo Ralph Lauren, Conde Nast, Rodale, Meredith, and Time Inc. She is committed to non-profit work, with groups such as The What to Expect Foundation, Ridgefield Playhouse (past president), Ridgefield Conservatory of Dance, ROAR (past president), and Ridgefield Academy. While visiting the Hickories, Jane wears a vintage Pauline Trigere dress ($185) from Hazel & Sid (423 Main St, 203-431-7747), horn earrings and bracelet ($85, $90) from Olley Court (418 Main St, 203-438-1270), and the Brelli umbrella ($28), from Practically Green (23 Catoonah St, 203-431-3000).
Takes the Cake
From Sonoma County, in the last 15 years Megan Searfoss has completed 11 marathons and five Ironman triathlons. She is founder of Run Like a Mother, a Mother’s Day event focused around a 5k race and is past president of the RHS Rebound Club. She lives in Ridgefield with her husband and daughters. While visiting the Cake Box, Megan wears navy Fabrizio Gianni capris ($148), printed Tyler Böe blouse ($130), and cashmere Minnie Rose sweater ($202), all at Parker East Dry Goods (420 Main St, 203-894-8433). She has a custom-label soft ecru handbag ($400) from Parker East and wears silver bangle ($580), pearl and silver chain slide necklace ($530), silver pendant necklace ($710), and pearl stud earrings ($230) from Craig’s Fine Jewelry (394 Main St, 203-438-3701). Navy suede Elisabetta loafers ($179) are from Shoes N More.
On the Go
A native of St. Thomas, Allyson Catanzaro, left, modeled during her college years in Boston, and in 1989 opened All Destinations Inc, a travel agency specializing in cruises and group travel in the Caribbean and Europe. Today, she is active with the Chamber of Commerce, Rotary, the Women’s Center, and Circle for Life. Lunching here at Terra Sole, Allyson wears ecru White pants ($168), blue velvet Addalina drape cardigan ($88), and white Splendid 1x1 scoop tank ($40), all from Lucy’s. She accessorizes with a silver multi-ringed hammered statement necklace ($98) also from Lucy’s, and a silver Half the Sky tie tote ($88), from Practically Green (23 Catoonah St, 203-431-3000).
Points of Interest
President of Fairfield County Bank, David Schneider lives in Ridgefield with wife Geri and five children. He is on the board of the Ridgefield Orchestra Foundation, the Branchville Fresh Air Association, and on the steering committee of the Ridgefield Library Capital Campaign. Shown here at No. 109 Cheese Market, David is outfitted by Mitchells (670 Post Rd E, Westport, 203-227-5165) in a khaki Polo sports shirt ($145), Polo cotton belted shawl cardigan ($395), Polo jeans ($125), and a Trafalgar belt ($50). A Rolex watch ($10,350) is from Adessi Jewelers (387 Main St, 304-438-6549).
Young and Restless
Born in Danbury, Megan Couri now lives in Ridgefield with her husband and two young boys and works as a pediatric occupational therapist. She gives her free time to the Molly Tango Foundation Board, Founders Hall Advisory Board, the Playhouse Gala Committee, the Ridgefield Library, and the Couri Foundation. At Ross’ Bread, Megan sports Flying Monkey button pocket skinny jeans ($58), plaid Romeo and Juliet seersucker shirt ($58), and Rag Market ribbed camisole ($28) from Butterflies & Zebras (454 Main St., 203-438-2520), with custom-label necklace and bracelet ($44, $30), as well as Vagabond canvas market bag ($68), from Turkey Ridge (1 Bailey Ave., 203-431-1255). Her burnished tan 1883 by Lucchese cowboy boots ($365) are from Shoes N More.