NEW YORK — "You see people coming in here who could buy the store," said Jack Mitchell, president of Mitchell’s of Westport and Richard’s of Greenwich, two high-end specialty emporiums in southern Connecticut.

That explains, no doubt, why lower Fairfield County, which also includes wealthy pockets of real estate such as Stamford and Norwalk, landed the top spot on the list of U.S. metropolitan markets with the highest average per capita expenditures on women’s apparel. (See The WWDList, page 10.)

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