Victoria Beckham. Photo by Getty Images.
Victoria Beckham may be known for her mysterious demeanour, but fans are about to see a lot more of the stylish star.
It was announced today that Victoria has granted communication platform Skype full access to her design studio for the next five years, with footage to be edited into a fashion documentary.
This essentially gives fans a front row seat at fittings, meetings and (potentially) David Beckham sightings.
"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," says Skype.
"We're thrilled to be a part of the Victoria Beckham story, and look forward to sharing it with you soon.”
In addition, the Skype partnership will allow Victoria and her team to chat directly to fans over the course of the show, with the designer admitting that she’s a regular user of the communication platform.
"Most evenings, I'm curled up in front of Skype, in my dressing gown, speaking with my studio in London," Beckham said in 2010.
We imagine she might get out of her pyjamas for this one though.