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Deon Hinton, perhaps better known by his Instagram handle @okdeon, is a New York-based photographer, cinematographer, poet, and model. Somehow, though, Hinton found time outside the ridiculous schedule that a skillset like his must ensue to collaborate with Dallas-based watch studio BREDA on its FW20 campaign.

BREDA recently removed all gendered language from its website, marketing campaigns, and brand as a whole, as part of its wider advocacy for individuality and self-expression. The Okdeon Edit continues this vision for self-love, with Deon giving a rare glimpse into his thoughts on personal style and reflection during the transformative times we're living in right now.

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Designed to be worn by everyone, BREDA's watch portfolio scales the range of personal taste. From 1920s-aesthetic slim frames to its contrasting Play, a transparent timepiece made from recycled plastic, there's a wrist accessory for every kind of style. Check the list below to find yours.

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Virgil

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Virgil (Metal)

$145

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Virgil (Lizard Embossed)

$115

Breda

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Taking on the now seldom-seen rectangular shape of early 20th-century watches, the Virgil is all-out retro. The silhouette also gets BREDA's newly-introduced lizard-embossing, too.

Beverly

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Beverly (Croc)

$90

Breda

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Featuring a faux-croc strap, the Beverly is an ode to its namesake Beverly Pepper, a minimalist sculptor.

Play

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Play (Recycled Plastic)

$100

Breda

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This timepiece, crafted from recycled plastic, is built to withstand high heat and adventure. As well as being designed to last, the Play comes in a selection of bold colors to brighten up your everyday style.

Esther

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Esther

$145

Breda

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Going for a similar look to that of the Visser silhouette, the Esther is all about elegance. Timeless design pairs up with a Japanese-made Miyota Quartz for a stunning wrist accessory.

Jane

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Jane

$145

Breda

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This pearl-reminiscent accessory is subtle, soft, and understated, and is sleek enough to be layered up with bulkier wrist accessories in a modular style.

Visser

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Visser (Metal)

from $125

Breda

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The Visser is inspired by minimalist sculptor Carel Nicolaas Visser, whose art focused on the relationship between shapes and space. This easily-styled, square watch will be as at home with a suit as it is with a tracksuit.

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