Ford and SEMA partnered on a contest for the first ever Mustang designed and built by women, with three designs eventually submitted for public voting. The winning entry was created by Ford designer Jennifer Seely, featuring a black paint job accented by rose-gold satin chrome at the wheels, mirrors and grille trim. The vehicle, dubbed the Mustang High Gear, takes inspiration from jewelry, couture fashion and architecture, which is apparent in the luxurious interior, appointed with leather seats draped in quilted suede, plus more rose-gold satin chrome throughout. Following an eight-week build, the 2013 Ford Mustang GT High Gear Concept is scheduled to debut at SEMA. Continue reading for a video interview with Jennifer Seely.