Blue Ivy and Beyoncé Have Collaborated on a Song

Erin Fitzpatrick

All in the family: It was only a matter of time before Blue Ivy started following in mom and dad's footsteps. In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Colday's Chris Martin revealed that Blue Ivy, Beyoncé, and even his ex-wife Gwyneth Paltrow will be featured on the band's upcoming album, A Head Full of Dreams. The album is set to be released on December 4. [The Wall Street Journal]

Goodbye airport paparazzi photos?: LAX has revealed plans for a small private terminal that would not allow paparazzi. Access to the terminal would cost between $1500 and $1800 per trip—but something tells us plenty of celebrities would be willing to fork over the dough in exchange for privacy. [MyDomaine]

Cool campaign: Juicy Couture founders Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor have launched their first ad campaign—dubbed #imnotsorry—for their brand Pam & Gela. The campaign features a massive billboard video debuting in Times Square today. [Pam & Gela]

On repeat: Adele's much-anticipated album, 25, was officially released today. Buy it now on Amazon, iTunes, or Google Play. We know what we're listening to all weekend long. [Adele.com]

Korean beauty news: It's no secret that everyone's obsessed with Korean beauty brands, and now Macy's is making it even easier to shop your favorites. The department store has teamed up with Peach & Lily to open a brick-and-mortar shop within Macy's stores. [Byrdie

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