Up&more: vote for your style

Choose between two trends. The alternatives are already avant-garde, what changes is the style. up&More is not just a simple game; it is there to challenge you and the other members of the community. An open page where new trends are set thanks to the weight of your votes and how original your sense of taste is.
Which side are you on?

Ice or fire?

Cold, in fact, freezing, "Low Table Design" by Eddie Figueroa Feliciano keeps the temperatures around zero, while fiery red "Ripple 2.0" by Benjamin Hubert brings the heat. Which climate is for you?

TIME TO VOTE
03d:18h:39m:46s

 

18 April 2014

 

Nightfall or sunset?

"Gina Cuff Sandal" by Whistles can be worn with boyfriend jeans or a summery dress and the result is the same: you'll stand out with style. Whereas if you want to warm up the atmosphere then choose the crepuscular tones of "Maitai" by Steve Madden: a fiery hot stiletto with a zipper that reveals much of your foot. Pick one.

TIME TO VOTE
02d:18h:39m:46s

 

17 April 2014

 

Full or empty?

Harmonious asymmetries composed by Studio Rygalik and Charlotte E. Schelthauer Jacobsen. The first takes the stage with "Chopin / Comforty 2012", a multifunctional seat that can be a sofa, a chaise longue and an armchair. While student Charlotte E. Schelthauer Jacobsen plays a more essential melody. Which sounds good to you?

TIME TO VOTE
01d:18h:39m:46s

 

16 April 2014

 

Urban or country?

Conceived for bikes in the city, "The Rider Bag" by Loeffler Randall is a jewel of craftsmanship, in natural leather, diamond woven raffia and with a black push lock. While a more country western style is on display with "Caroline" by Paula Cademartori, a shoulder bag in perforated black calf hair with multicolored fringes and a glazed buckle.

TIME TO VOTE
00d:18h:39m:46s

 

15 April 2014

 

More or less?

"CDCTE IV / NYC" by Bolivares has stylistic influences from both North and South America. It's got everything, from the classic to the casual. It has the spirit of those who want it all, right now. "<3 Side Table" by Jonathan Sabine is instead more basic in form and technique. "Less is more" could be its motto. What about yours?

voting closed 21/04/2014

 

14 April 2014

 
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