DETROIT – The automotive and fashion design worlds are coming together as auto makers look to vehicle interiors to get a leg up on the competition. Both General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. have tapped former fashion designers to lend their to the development of key models. Anthony Prozzi, a New York native who worked for W magazine and fashion designer Donna Karan, is now leading interior design for the upcoming Ford Flex cross/utility vehicle. He was introduced to the automotive ...

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