Yassine - Morocco

Yassine - Morocco

Do you have any advice for life?
Keep it simple and be always your self


What's your passion?
My passion is all about fashion and interior design and paying close attention to details in anything I do.


Happiest moment in life?
My happiest moment in my life is when my mum came back permanently after living aboard for 11 years.


Who is the most influential person in your life?
My mum is.


What song are you currently obsessed with?
It’s Lemon by Rihanna


What film or show should everyone be watching right now?
I think Titanic because nobody will be tired of watching it.


Favourite place in the world?
For now it is Florance as its very historic and warm.


The one thing you would take to a deserted island?
It will be a very pleasure to have you with me mom.


How do you pass your time at HoM?
I’m very glad to work at the coffee shop because as the name it is cosy and very relaxed just like being at HoMe.

 
Favourite coffee?
My favourite coffee its espresso with panna (panna = whipped cream)


If you could have coffee with anyone in the world who would it be?
My friend Anaelle


Favourite food?
Rfisa is an Arabian dish, very popular in Morocco

 

HoMigo Portraits is series of unscripted insights that express individuality & self identity of people who enjoy spending time at House of Morocco.





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