Victoria Beckham’s Skype Documentary Is Making Her Emotional… And This Is Why

Victoria Beckham reveals new details of her Skype documentary, and tells the world what life's really like in her shoes...

Victoria Beckham is gearing up to give the world unprecedented access to her fashion empire. Gulp.

Teaming up with Skype and the voice-over-IP service, the successful businesswoman and mother-of-four will detail the last five years of the Victoria Beckham brand in an official documentary.

But all this success is making VB a little emotional.

‘I’m always so busy moving on to the next thing and I always want to do better than the previous season. I’m very ambitious and we move at such at a fast pace, so what’s great about Skype is actually looking back at our story,’ Victoria told WWD. ‘I get emotional actually watching it.’

And you can hardly blame Posh Spice for feeling a little overwhelmed by her achievements. In just five years the Victoria Beckham mainline collection has broadened from intimate presentations, into two coveted spots at New York Fashion Week.

Now boasting a second Ready-To-Wear collection, a denim line, an accessories collection and eyewear range, Victoria has more than cemented her place among fashion’s finest, as well as becoming a go-to label for A-listers.

‘I did believe in creative visualisation and I always had high hopes,’ she adds. ‘I believed what I was doing and I think I have a strong point of view. I always hoped. I like to look at the big picture and I like to build things in the right way. I never went into this thinking that it would be a flash in a pan.’

Talking more about her Skype documentary, she said: ‘It will be the first time that the people will really be able to see the brand through my eyes.’

With even bigger plans for her business this year, Victoria Beckham is set to open her first standalone store in London, with for a sister store in New York already said to be in place. 

We can’t wait to go behind-the-scenes with Victoria Beckham. Here’s hoping little Harper makes an appearance, too…

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