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?

Architectural or geometric?

Gianvito Rossi constructs unexpected personalities on classically-shaped stilettos: an airy, interlaced tower that will accompany you in your elegant walks. "Gia" by Alejandro Ingelmo conceals a sophisticated architecture behind liquid geometries, with a hybrid pattern of black calf, black watersnake and white mesh.

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1 September 2015

 

Camouflage or conspicuous?

A camouflage print and a desire to surprise. That's glasses according to Thierry Lasry, who gives the accessory a contemporary feel, colorful and fiery. So you can blend in with the most stylish crowd. While Termite Eyewear is a discordant voice. With a manufacturing process based on sustainability and a striking, chic look.

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31 August 2015

 

Futuristic or neoplastic?

Black, first and foremost. But their abstract and geometric nature pushes them beyond a simple color, towards audacious formal experimentations. They're "Notch" by Alex Bradley and "Craver" by Caste Design, the first conceived to organize books and magazines, the second versatile and hand-sculpted in Montana.

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26 August 2015

 

Empathy or indifference?

There's no gimmick, no judgment in these two small adjectives used to describe stools "Butaco Escaleno" (a collective project) and "Companion" by Phillip Grass. Aesthetics aside, if they were to be characters in the flesh these seats would surely instinctively communicate these sensations. Which do you feel akin to?

voting closed 01/09/2015

 

25 August 2015

 

Prairie or tropical forest?

It evokes the great spaces where stallions gallop freely. Shoe "Gill" by Aperlai has that same wild aspect, but also a look of refined elegance. From another corner of the globe come Sophia Webster's pointed toe heels. A tropical forest that borders on Art Nouveau style.

voting closed 07/08/2015

 

31 July 2015

 
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