Victoria Beckham has shared a short clip from her new Skype documentary'Five Years - The Victoria Beckham Fashion Story' which lifts the lid on the inner workings of her eponymous label.
Victoria Beckham has shared a preview of her new Skype documentary.
The short clip from 'Five Years - The Victoria Beckham Fashion Story' gives a behind-the-scenes look into the former Spice Girl's day to day life helming her eponymous label, and details her steady rise from pop star to fully fledged designer.
She says: ''I've always loved fashion, I was that kid who used to watch her mum get ready and just think, 'Wow you look amazing'.''
The 39-year-old star - who is married to retired footballer David Beckham - discusses the difficulties she faced when perusing her fashion career, which included turning her back on the Spice Girls and shedding her WAG image .
She recalled: ''I always dreamed of designing a collection, it was always my passion. I was a Spice Girl, married to a footballer, I was trying to do something that no one had really done before.''
Zach Duane, who is CEO of the brand, praises Victoria's line, adding: ''We have now created something that is meaningful and that people are paying attention to. Once you know the story behind anything it's more compelling to connect with.''
Victoria is continuing to grow her fashion empire with her first store set to open on London's Dover Street later this year.
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