Tell us a little bit about what you do? Can you let us know what exciting projects you’re working on at the moment?
I’m a singer/songwriter living in London. Singing has always been my favourite thing to do, so I feel very lucky that I get to do it as a career. At the moment, I’m working on my second EP, as well as my next single, ‘Won’t Hold My Breath,’ which will be out at the start of July. I’m also very excited for my first headline shows: one on June 20th and the other one on October 30th. I start rehearsals this week.
What draws you to a project? Can you tell me about a project you’re most proud of and why? 
Anything that makes me feel! I’m most proud of the projects that stir something in me - this is the case with all my favourite songs. I’m also particularly proud of my EP “Worst Of Me” as it’s a personal milestone. It’s the first extended project I’ve released, and I think it’s my most authentic and vulnerable project so far.  
Where do you find inspiration?
From anything and anywhere. Stories, books films … things that get me thinking in new and creative ways. I love to visit the theatre and to see other artists perform – I draw so much from the talent of others.  I find inspiration in my surroundings, in shared experiences and meeting new people. I often think of a lyric or melody in the strangest moments, sometimes just as I’m falling asleep, and then I have to make myself get up so I can jot them down. 
How do you approach getting dressed every day? Can you tell us a bit about your personal style? 
It very much depends on my mood. As a freelancer, I find it helpful to dress as if I’m going to ‘work’. It instantly makes me feel more productive. I get into a bad habit if I’m in my loungewear every day, working from home … even if it is extremely tempting!  When I go to the recording studio, I try to be comfy, so I typically opt for jeans and a t-shirt. I’d say my style is laid back – my favourite place to shop is Portobello Market, so vintage is a huge part of my day-to-day wear. 
What are you wearing here and what made you gravitate towards this look from HUISHAN ZHANG?
I chose this faux leather coat as I love the style and cut – I’ve been looking for one like this for a long time, and haven’t found one that fits properly, till now.  It’s such a statement piece, and I can even imagine wearing it on stage. I also love that it fits into my day-to-day wardrobe – I could be in a hurry and not sure what to put on, and this coat would complete any outfit. It’s perfect as it’s a look of its own.  
Yasmin Haas wears the Sebastian Coat from Autumn Winter 24. Available from August online and in store.