Romantic accesories with a dark edge, the brand's A/W11 collection looks to 19th Century French poets for inspiration.
Fashion label The Only Son is the Sydney Institute of Technology graduate Au Ekbutr Udomphol's exercise in truly unisex apparel. Based in his native Thailand - running The Only Son operations from Bangkok - Udomphol has flitted between his base and London kicking up a storm with cubic designs, contrasting distinct blacks and crisp clean whites to create a minimal sport laden edge to a modern city-chic aesthetic.
Taking inspiration from decadent libertines of the 19th century literary scene, such as French poet Arthur Rimbaud, his new line of jewellery features a range of distinctively romantic, dark trinkets. Adorned with typewriter style lettering and extracts from poems on multilayered rings and skeletally connected necklaces, these unique unisex designs set the tone for the rest of Udomphol’s A/W11 collection. Inspired by never-ending stacks of piled papers from writers desks, layered fabrics and clean geometric lines on winter palates add to the collections decidedly worldly style. The Only Son accessories offer an academic edge to your A/W11 wardrobe.