Set Your Alarm: Volume 3 of Fall Risk Drops This Saturday

Your favorite trans-generational fashion mash-up is back at it again, this time around, it wants to sell you deluxe sweats.

Following the success of its first and second collections, Fall Risk will launch Volume 3 (Mix ‘em, Match ‘em, Flip ‘em, Stack ‘em) this Saturday, on August 17. In this capsule, cashmere and sweatsuits are the stars of John Targon’s nostalgia-focused clothing brand.

“I like the idea of viewing it as a go-together game with only one rule: everything matches,” says Targon (formerly of Baja East). “I’m thrilled to offer luxurious cashmere for everyday activities.”

In 100% cashmere waffle, the matching joggers and hoodies come in two different color combos. Rock the black and purple set to add some edge to your wardrobe, or sport the turquoise and yellow set to exude your penchant for fun. Gigi Hadid was recently spotted donning the latter set during her trip to Mykonos.

Of the premium cashmere material, Targon said, “The yarn was so precious to us that there was no cutting involved with production. A single strand of yarn was used in each panel of the garment, knit into the exact shape and fit, achieving almost zero waste. The result is a textured, buttery fabric that is voluminous and plush. We created a modern, large-scale version of a traditional 3D waffle technique that is both durable and super comfortable. ” At a time when more and more are focused on sustainable brands and conscious consumption, Targon is mindful of large production margins that often go to waste, “your purchase supports our love for quality craftsmanship and zero waste.”

Each of the four items–which will retail at $395 USD–will have only 50 units in stock, which means you should set your alarm for the drop now (after all, Volume 1 sold out in just 45 minutes—Bella Hadid wearing pieces probably didn’t hurt either).

The collection can be purchased on the brand’s website, at the Communitie Marfa and the Communitie East boutiques or at its 212-982-RISK hotline.

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