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Victoria Beckham releases promo of her e-commerce site
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Jan '13
A new promotional video, precisely of seventeen seconds duration, giving a preview of Victoria Beckham’s first soon-to-be-launched fashion e-commerce site, has been released recently.
 
Along with a voiceover from Victoria herself, the teaser also features models clad in exquisite creations such as cable-knit jumpers, sleeveless blouses and long blazers designed by the ever-evolving 38-year-old British designer.
 
The new website will contain videos and images of the creative process that goes behind the making of the designers’ clothes.
 
Set to be launched sometime in spring 2013, the e-commerce site will be a revamped version of the Spice Girl’s former website which currently is a digital look book of her creations.
 
Created by the famous digital solution providing company King & Partners and powered by fashion e-commerce veteran Sellect, the online portal will offer denims and other fashion accessories as well as clothing items from the Victoria Victoria Beckham line.
 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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