To celebrate White + Warren’s 25th anniversary, the design team headed straight to our archives for inspiration. There, they hoped to understand the silhouettes and details that defined the brand time and time again. Six of the resulting heritage-inspired pieces are listed here, each from the season’s Reissued Shop and each with its own distinct place in White + Warren history.
A cornerstone of a well-curated closet, the cable knit has long been a staple at White + Warren, thanks to its warmth, durability, and rich texture. This updated interpretation maintains the authentic look of those early cables but with a lofty, far more luxurious handle thanks to its five- ply cashmere.
The shrunken mockneck sweater—distinguished by its slimmer fit—captures the rising ’90s trend in a silhouette White + Warren has returned to again and again over the years. Seen here in Amethyst on supermodel Karen Elson, it promises to make a chic statement no matter how it’s styled.
Opposite on the spectrum of cashmere knitwear from the plush cable crewneck is the alluring off-shoulder top, which first appeared in White + Warren history as a tunic style. Our new, modern version is highly adaptable, meaning it can be worn on one shoulder or as a cowl neck depending on the occasion.
Synonymous with White + Warren style, our waffle-knit crewneck has become a style standard of our collections ever since the early 2000s. Whether in pale pink with thumbholes at the cuffs in 2018, in misty grey with pointelle details in 2020, or here, perhaps in its most ideal form, this upbeat yellow iteration brings optimism to practical fall separates.
Modeled after a stretch knit style from White + Warren’s early years, our latest take offers modern ease in semi-fitted cashmere with a touch of stretch. Its appeal? The new-era knit can be dressed down or dialed up—with little to no effort when it comes to styling. To make the most of its understated sophistication, pair it back to this season’s Cashmere Midi Skirt.
One of the first pieces White + Warren launched with in 1997, the cardigan takes on new-found relevance this fall. It builds on our heritage by merging a classic, crewneck design with a more substantial cashmere weight and thicker ribbed trims. The tortoiseshell buttons will look especially chic with bold, fashion-forward accessories.