Second Place: Harry Kollatz Jr.
Third Place: Gene Cox
It most certainly is very Richmond to stick with what you know, and Pam Reynolds maintains your title a second year in a row. Surely there's some quality that makes for this honor beyond adventurous and colorful sartorial choices. If not, then Reynolds will win in perpetuity. Though there are other qualities at play too: The onetime Virginia Museum of Fine Arts trustee spearheaded an effort to transform the museum to the world-class center for the arts it is today, but she's largely stepped away from the limelight for a bit (another very Richmond quality). But, and this should be obvious, Reynolds is no shrinking violet. Her wardrobe doesn't allow for it.