For her wedding next weekend in Altos de Chovon, a village in the mountains above Casa de Campo, Emilia Fanjul will be wearing “something borrowed” with her Carolina Herrera gown — a tiara designed by Van Cleef & Arpels using the family jewels. The bride’s longtime hairstylist, Luis Mora of Madison Avenue’s Peter Coppola Salon, is headed to the Dominican Republic where he will be fashioning her ‘do around the precious heirloom.
It’s been nine weeks since former fashion editor Christa Worthington was found murdered in her home in Truro, Mass., and if the investigation has progressed at all, the public certainly isn’t being made aware of it. Authorities have scaled back the manpower from 12 to only a few officers, but in a statement to the Cape Cod Times, Assistant D.A. Michael O’Keeffe did say, “The case has a focus. When we are in a position to make a definitive statement, we will do so.” It’s not focused enough for Tony Jackett, however, the biological father of Worthington’s daughter, Ava, who is fighting for custody. (Worthington had named her childhood friend Amyra Chase as Ava’s guardian.) The problem is that Jackett — along with a host of others, including Worthington’s father and a former boyfriend — hasn’t been ruled out as a suspect.