Piperlime Gets a Makeover, Army Troops to March the Runway and More

Lela Rose to Design for Lane Bryant and More (Source: Rob Kim/Getty Images North America)Earlier this week, Chrissy Teigen helped Piperlime re-launch its new-and-improved site by serving as its first guest editor. Each day, the website will feature tips from a different style authority, including Poppy Delevingne, designer Claire Vivier and more—along with Piperlime veteran Olivia Palermo, naturally.

Anxiousness for Altuzarra's upcoming collection for Target was only heightened last week when the full lookbook was released, however some bloggers are already boycotting it due to its lack of options for plus-size women. [Refinery29]

Disappointed fashion lovers can turn their gaze to New York designer Lela Rose, who will release a line for Lane Bryant, starting at size 14, next summer. [Racked]

The catwalks of New York Fashion Week—which is now mere weeks away—are always full of surprises. This year, for instance, 15 military service women will make an appearance in "Salute the Runway," a fashion show that will kick-start the festivities. [WWD]

After disappearing earlier this month, Sudanese-American model Ataui Deng has been found alive in a New York City hospital. [CNN]
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