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Style Setters 2009: Christina Sevilla

Eighteen of Washington’s most stylish people show their best stuff.

Photograph by Matthew Worden.

Christina Sevilla

Deputy assistant US trade representative and part-time professor at George Washington University

“Christina has a large collection of vintage dresses from the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s that she’s found all over the world. She also has an amazingly eclectic mix of jewelry from her travels—a necklace from Thailand, a ring from Morocco. She’s not afraid of color, the way some people in DC are. She’s got a really creative, daring vibe.”

—Nancy Trejos, Washington Post staff writer

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