It's been a while since we've heard anything about Victoria Beckham's "Interactive" documentary. At the time it was announced last fall, very little was known other than that it would document Beckham's fashion career, somehow involve Skype and also be...interactive.
Now, we have all the details. And there's even a trailer that will make Posh-o-files like us giddy with excitement for the real thing, which debuts on the Internets Thursday, Jan. 30.
For one, it is not a documentary. At least, we're not supposed to call it that. Rather, it's an "interactive editorial" with different multimedia components that will feature a "reflection and look at her journey as a designer," according to a press release. The components will launch on the Skype Collaboration Project, a multimedia platform that spotlights the intersection of tech and creative industries. It's pretty cool, and already has a bunch of interviews on it with fashion peeps like Susie Lau and Mary Katrantzou.
So, how is it interactive exactly? On Jan. 29 at 3 p.m. GMT/10 a.m. EST, fans can ask Beckham questions during a live Q&A session. Sadly, though, you probably won't be able to ask her about her time as a Spice Girl. VB will only be answering questions relating to "her business success and entrepreneurialism."
While we’re still a tad confused about how the final project will look and feel -- it truly sounds like something you just have to play around with -- we're excited to get even a slightly more intimate look at the life of Ms. Beckham, whom we are endlessly fascinated by for reasons we don’t entirely understand. Watch the trailer above.