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The Skype Collaboration Project Gives Insider Access to the World of Fashion

PALO ALTO, Calif., Feb. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Skype is giving fans the chance to ask Victoria Beckham via Skype video message about her fashion journey and her creative inspiration on The Skype Collaboration Project.

The Skype Collaboration Project shines a spotlight on the intersection between technology and the creative industries, and helps aspiring creatives get their start in fashion. It hosts 'Five Years – The Victoria Beckham Fashion Story,' an immersive and exploratory view of a first-hand look at Victoria Beckham and her eponymous fashion label.

"I hope by sharing my story, I will inspire others who are interested in fashion and encourage them to work hard and follow their dreams as I did." - Victoria Beckham

On The Skype Collaboration Project, people will be able to experience:

  • An insight into the next phase of the brand's development as Victoria opens her first shop in shop at Printemps, Paris.
  • Victoria's personal insight into her F/W 2014 collection and New York Fashion Week runway show.
  • The inspiration behind her accessories collection in a Skype group video chat titled, The Art Of The Handbag with Tina Craig, co-founder of Bag Snob, and Jessica Diehl, Vanity Fair's Fashion & Style Director.

"The Skype Collaboration Project gives you a glimpse into the life of top designers and industry luminaries, rarely seen or experienced outside of fashion's who's who.  Skype is about connections and storytelling, whether one to one or one to many.  Using Skype technology such as video messaging and group video calling, we are exploring a new form of storytelling for a digital connected generation. The featured stories are interactive, authentic and personal.  If you love fashion you can get lost in this experience."Angie Hill, General Manager, Skype Marketing

Visit The Skype Collaboration Project to ask Victoria Beckham your fashion questions and to be part of the story, as well as get a host of other inside access from New York and London Fashion Weeks.

http://collaboration.skype.com/ 
www.victoriabeckham.com 
#SkypeCollaboration

For further information, please contact:
Francisca Fanucchi
Skype PR, francisca.fanucchi@skype.net                                                      

Rachna Shah
KCD, shah@kcdworldwide.com

Note to editors:
The Skype Collaboration Project
The Skype Collaboration Project is an online editorial hub that shines a spotlight on the intersection between technology and the creative industries. The project is helping aspiring creatives get a head start in the fashion industry through insider knowledge, inspiring stories and exclusive access to experts at the heart of the industry. As well as the site containing both exclusive content never been seen before, and existing content that is aimed to inspire and engage, it also highlights how Skype features help enable the creative industries.

 

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