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Ten Minutes With a style maven – Jade Hobson

Jade Hobson was born in New York but grew up in Darien and Westport. From an early age she was intrigued by design and initially drawn to architecture. But fashion captured her heart and when a friend suggested she would make a good “magazine girl,” she applied for, and got, a job at Conde Nast,… Read More

Playtime With Purpose – A place helping children with Sensory Needs

It’s six in the morning, and Lisa Bria’s ten-year-old son is excitedly waking up so he can be first in line at the Wilton Library’s annual book sale. This sincere passion for reading at such a young age is remarkable for any child, but it’s especially noteworthy for the Bria family, as not too long… Read More

Secrets in Plain Sight – An author is inspired by her local surroundings

The next time you visit Quarry Head Park in Wilton, it may seem a little creepier than it used to. That is, if you read Wilton author Ivy Keating’s debut novel, Camouflage, first. “It looks mysterious—like the type of natural untouched land creatures could be found in,” says Keating. “It made me wonder, what’s out… Read More

The Elements of Style – Area Designers show how Chic begins at home

The drift of days from summer to fall, from watching starlight in the garden to gazing at firelight from an armchair, asks that we take a fresh look at home. Stylish and beautiful interiors are important: our surroundings comfort us, shelter us, and provide the backdrop for our lives. How do we create a stylish… Read More

Readers Choice Awards – Wilton Survey 2020

Your opinion matters! Have a favorite restaurant, doctor, fitness club? Let people know and enter the Wilton Readers Choice survey! There are 100+ categories to choose from, but you only need to select TEN for your votes to count, and … as a thanks… you can enter in to a drawing to win dinner for… Read More

Girl Power – Three Wilton stores strut their stuff for fall

Autumn is almost here and while it can be a drag to say buh-bye to summer sunshine, cooler weather brings an array of fashionable wardrobe choices. So put away the flip flops, sarongs, and bikinis, and turn your focus to crisp fall fashion. Denim remains a perennial favorite, moto jackets are still going strong, and… Read More

A Rosé by Any Other Name…The creation and enjoyment of pink wine

Almost every year, our favorite pink drink, rosé, gets more attention than it did the year before. This wine sure is a delight to the palate, but how is rosé made? All pink wine is produced from the inclusion of at least some red grapes, and most importantly red grape skins. Even red grapes press… Read More

Wilton Magazine Readers Choice Awards 2019

For our first annual Readers Choice Awards, we went to the source—our devoted readers—to find out the best of Wilton. Hundreds of you responded (thank you!) and now the results are in. Check out the winners here—lots of great places to go, eat, and shop, or visit. From hair color to hardware; caterers to… Read More

All You Need Is Glove – Reclaiming My Post-Partum Body through Kickboxing

Did I have a perfect body before having a baby? No. After a month-plus of HIIT (high intensity interval training) Kick kickboxing classes, do I have a Bond Girl bod? No. Would I have a Bond Girl bod if I made it to the studio several days in a row over a month-plus? Maybe. What… Read More

Cast Away – the Norwalk River is an angler’s dream

“Many people are surprised to discover that the Norwalk River is home to excellent trout fishing,” says Gerald Berrafati, a licensed fishing guide and a member of the board of directors for the Mianus Chapter of Trout Unlimited. “I’ve run into caddisfly and sulphur hatches on the Norwalk that rival the ‘glamour hatches’ on Connecticut’s… Read More

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