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?

Pretty woman or student?

Whether you're strolling along the streets of Beverly Hills with the zebra-print handbag by Pierre Hardy, in search of a new boutique, or walking through a college corridor with "Wednesday Flap Shoulder bag" by Phillip Lim, what's important is that you do so with personality. An accessory such as these will certainly help.

voting closed 28/07/2014

 

21 July 2014

 

Sprawled or upright?

The familiarity with which "Mikkel" greets you is spontaneous. This stool prototype conceived by Iselin Lindmark is inspired by Japanese origami. In profile it resembles a human figure, lounging as it enjoys the Summer. The seat by Patrick Nadeau is instead always alert and vigil, to the point it's called "Full Moon": just like our satellite it's there even if you can't see it.

voting closed 25/07/2014

 

18 July 2014

 

Rain or rainbow?

During or after rainfall looks can vary at the speed of a dark cloud gallopping above you. You can chase it sheltered under an umbrella with "Glamorous" by Ryan Haber. Or you can lean towards unexpected horizons with stiletto sandal "Nya Rainbow Stripe" by Tanya Taylor. What mood are you in today?

voting closed 24/07/2014

 

17 July 2014

 

Hook or lever?

"Rio Desk Lamp" displays a sophisticated wardrobe. The chord is a red cloth you can wrap around it like a scarf, the shade resembles a vintage shawl and a hook secures it to the tube. While "Excel Desk Lamp" by Roll & Hill is based on a lever system and basic geometric shapes. Essential in its style. Which lights you up?

voting closed 23/07/2014

 

16 July 2014

 

Smooth or rough?

This minimal bag by J. W. Anderson is made of leather as soft as a baby's bottom and an architecture as immortal as a Romanesque church. While you get a more uneven effect and a radiant texture with "Wicker rattan basket" by Alex A Tempe. Vegetable fiber never goes out of style, but rather finds a contemporary look.

voting closed 22/07/2014

 

15 July 2014

 
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