There’s no shortage of things buzzing this spring: fashion trends, music happenings, tech innovations, and world events. As the temperature continues to rise, so does our thirst for new content and all things pop culture. We’re an “always-on” generation and the need for new and unique material has never been greater (and more fragmented). This week’s #WebsiteWednesday is here to quench your newsworthy cravings all in one spot at Milk.xyz.
Previously Mi.lk, Milk recently upgraded their domain to the universally-friendly Milk.xyz for their online editorial platform, built to showcase the most innovative talent in fashion, music, art and film. It is a hub for nurturing creativity, highlighting some of the most visionary leaders and brands in the world today. Milk’s comprehensive content will keep you abreast of everything trending from fashion, beauty, and art, to music, tech, and world news – with an innovative edge. Their website covers the full spectrum of contemporary culture and allows you to experience the traditional while embracing the unknown.
Maybe you’re headed to weekend 2 of Coachella and want the inside scoop on who to see, where to go, and what to wear; or perhaps you’re one of those people that can’t get enough of new tech trends like self-lacing sneakers (remember those from Back to the Future)? Either way, Milk covers the X, Y, and Z of pop culture and can fit into anyone’s breakfast routine. As the staple ingredient fueling your content consumption needs, you can now add Milk to your morning without the trip to the grocery store.
Milk.xyz has no expiration date and delivers fresh content daily. Just like .xyz, it appeals to the masses and pushes the boundaries to explore what’s out there, while creating a platform that breeds an ultra-culturalized world.
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