DETROIT — The fashion writer for the Detroit Free Press here is feeling inspired by the waxed, buffed and detailed cars at this year’s North American International Auto Show media preview.
The Jan. 13 story stated that Georgea Kovanis’ desire to emulate the styling of cars is based on the vehicles’ lines and curves, their classic coloring and their use of accessories.
The pretty and well-designed cars at the show were “stylish reminders that looking good need not cost a fortune: it’s all in the details,” she said in the story.
“To present oneself in the best light, there is no substitute for a good wax and buff,” Kovanis wrote. “And that when it comes to fashion in the Motor City, our cars often look better than we do.”