Last night was the Oscars of the fashion and beauty world, which means the who, what, where, and what-were-they-wearing of the Met Gala is all everyone is talking about this morning. When you’re done scrolling through Instagram to get a highlight reel of all the biggest moments — Florence Pugh’s shaved head, two pregnancy announcements, Jared Leto dressed up as a furry, for instance — you can check out Vogue’s fashion recap and Allure’s round-up of best beauty looks from the night. In other news, The New York Times reports that Vice could be heading into bankruptcy as soon as this week, while a new social media app co-founded by ex-Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey starts to gain some steam. Read these stories and more in the links below.

The Best Eye-Catching Beauty Looks at the 2023 Met Gala. From Emily Ratajkowksi’s bangs to Doja Cat dressed as a … well, cat, Allure rounded up the best hair, makeup, and nail moments of the night. (Allure)

The Best-Dressed Stars From the 2023 Met Gala. A round-up of all the best ensembles of the night. (Vogue)

Why Many Y2K Beauty Brands Aren’t Benefiting From the Y2K Trend. Many of the makeup and fragrance brands that defined the most iconic looks of the early 2000s have struggled to make a comeback. (Business of Fashion)

What is Bluesky? Here’s What to Know About Ex-Twitter CEO’s New Invite-Only Social Network. The app looks nearly indistinguishable from Twitter already counts Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Chrissy Teigen as users. (Forbes)

Vice is Said to be Headed for Bankruptcy. The digital-media company has been looking for a potential buyer, but the chances of finding one are growing slim, according to sources. (The New York Times)

Companies Adopting AI Need to Move Slowly and Not Break Things. A McKinsey report has identified AI as one of major shifts to which companies need to adapt. The same report highlights that the shift needs to be done responsibly and sustainably. (Fast Company)

Jennifer Aniston Discusses LolaVie’s First Retail Partnership With Ulta Beauty: ‘It Is a Huge Step.’ The actor and her co-founder Amy Sachs spoke to Forbes about why Ulta felt like the right fit for the brand’s first retail partnership. (Forbes)