From Twitter’s new CEO and Vice Media filing for bankruptcy, to British Vogue’s first-ever braille edition, this morning’s biggest headlines shine a spotlight on the media space. And if you have a few minutes to spare, we suggest plugging in your headphones and listening to Fat Mascara’s interview with Laura Mercier. The legendary French makeup artist tells a story of bravery, brand building, resilience, and reinvention — just the inspiration you might need if you’re feeling stuck or stagnant at the moment.

Will Google’s AI-Driven Search Captivate Shoppers? Google’s new technology, called Search Generative Experience, promises more accurate, relevant, and expansive information when shopping via Google search. (RetailWire)

The Velvet Hammer: Who is Twitter’s New CEO and Can She Fix Its Problems? Known in advertising circles as the “Velvet Hammer”, Linda Yaccarina was announced as Twitter’s new CEO last week. But will she be able to convince advertisers to return to the platform? (The Guardian)

Ulta Beauty and Lush Among First to Join Metaverse Beauty Week. Metaverse Fashion Week will offer brands like Neutrogena their first entry into a virtual world, while companies like London London and Lush will get to test their web3 initiatives in a bigger environment. (Glossy)

Meet Kiki, a New Kind of Beauty Brand That Wants to Co-create Products With Its Consumers. Launching with just one unisex product — a peel off nail polish — the brand also debuted with the Kiki World membership platform that allows customers to cast votes and provide feedback. (WWD)

How to Find Your Purpose with Makeup Artist Laura Mercier. The Fat Mascara hosts speak to the legendary French makeup artist about her inspiring life story and career trajectory. (Fat Mascara)

Vice Media Files for Bankruptcy. After weeks of rumors, the media company — which owns Vice, Refinery29, and i-D — finally filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Monday. (Business of Fashion)

British Vogue Debuts First-Ever Braille Edition. Its May issue, which spotlights 19 talented people with disabilities, will be the first time in history that the UK fashion magazine will be available in braille. (Luxury Daily)

TikTok Adds New Mental Health Awareness Hub to Provide Users Access to Resources. The new hub will allow users to learn about well-being topics, connect with advocates and support organizations that provide important resources. (Tech Crunch)