New York, NY (PRWEB) August 26, 2008
Fresh Media Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of Limité, an online publication dedicated to capturing the echelon of modern world culture. Founded by Adrian Farquharson, Alex Bursac and Auston Bunsen, Limité elevates the unique and inspiring in fashion, design, travel, the arts, and pure expression.
Fueled by the desire to serve as a voice uniting cultures from around the globe, Fresh Media Inc. established Limité as a channel to celebrate diversity and creativity by delivering news on the latest fashion products, designs from the world best architects, exclusive music, the finest restaurants, the hottest travel spots, cutting edge technology and reviews of tomorrow's critical acclaimed films and sit-downs with today's taste-makers. Whether derived from the styled catwalks of Milan or the graffitied streets of Brooklyn, Limité provides a distinctive view into the select works that alter our vision of the world. The men and women who are the tastemakers, entrepreneurs, visionaries, and determined underdogs all contribute to the living trans-world culture that is Limité.
"I am proud to be part of such an incredible project. Limité is a work of passion, and I hope that it inspires all generations alike in its honesty, diversity and true dedication and unfiltered view of today's culture," said Farquharson.
Since its launch on August 5, 2008, Limité has received thousands of visitors, from over 73 countries (ranging from Argentina to Indonesia) and well over 10,000 page views. The Limité team looks forward to continuing to host such dynamic content and subscribers as it celebrates the continued growth of its publication.
About Fresh Media Inc.:
Fresh Media Inc. is a full service lifestyle marketing, promotions, and special events company that builds brand experiences for consumers through lifestyle, fashion, nightlife, and entertainment programs. Fresh Media Inc. is the conduit between corporate and cool, integrating brands directly into elements that create and influence popular culture.