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Beckham announces Skype project

Victoria Beckham is set to reveal the secrets behind her fashion success by opening up her life through Skype.

The pop star-turned-designer is collaborating with the Microsoft-owned company to "allow intimate access" into her world.

The online video-calling service also promises the opportunity to "engage directly with Victoria and her team via Skype".

The former Spice Girl, who has enjoyed huge success as a fashion designer in recent years, also took to the internet to announce the project.

She wrote on Twitter: " Excited to announce that I will be collaborating with @Skype on a unique new project X vb"

A statement on the Skype "big blog" read: " We're pleased to announce, that for the first time, fashion designer, entrepreneur and style icon Victoria Beckham is set to tell the story of her remarkable journey through a collaboration with Skype.

"In just five short years, Victoria Beckham and her team have built a hugely successful international fashion brand. A journey which Skype is proud to have played a part in enabling.

"The partnership between the two brands will allow intimate access into the previously unseen world of Victoria Beckham's story. Skype will bring the story of a driven designer and businesswoman to life in a groundbreaking storytelling format, as well as offer inspiration to fashion enthusiasts, aspiring creatives and entrepreneurs.

"The collaboration will give you, the audience, opportunities to engage directly with Victoria and her team via Skype.

"We're thrilled to be a part of the Victoria Beckham story, and look forward to sharing it with you soon," it added.

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