As the world remains in cautious isolation, it's Copenhagen's turn to share their fashion week through virtual platforms and all of it is looking optimistic and candy-bright. Stine Goya has shown decadent pastels in velour and jacquard, Saks Pott and their permanent collection always delights, and dreamy Cecilie Bahnsen has launched her second collection of Encore pieces (upcylced wardrobe pieces made out of deadstock). 

But what's that? The ringing of that celebratory bell we clang when we've discovered a brand that tickles our fancy but has only just come across our radar! Welcome Britt Sisseck, some say the queen of Scandinavian shirting. Her signatures sport big, puffy sleeves and collarless styles and they come in an array of prints, fabrics and sleeve lengths.

Carmen and Caroline are wearing the Dalia short sleeve cotton shirt from the new Pre-Fall collection that launched last month. Leave it loose or belt it up, either way, you'll want to make sure to get the most out of the puff sleeve. The Britt Sisseck Core collection has also launched, designed specifically to transcend the seasonal cycle and short term fashion trends and ensure that these pieces stay in permanent rotation in your wardrobe.

All fabrics are sourced from Italy and the clothes are produced in the EU, keeping her sourcing and production as close to home as possible. There's no denying that Danish brands are a constant source of inspiration and wardrobe envy, and Britt's pieces do the same. Vi elsker det!

Discover the world of Britt Sisseck here!