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?

Up or down?

If its frame is an ode to the nerd-femininity of the 50s, "The Brat Pack" also displays temples that would make a modern stegosauros envious. They'll definitely catch the attention of more than one eye, just like "Henry" by Termite Eyewear, whose frame will surprise you for its unusual position where you've probably never seen it before.

voting closed 20/01/2015


13 January 2015


Wood or metal?

It's 100% pure wood what you see in "WeWood Beta", the perfect watch for anybody allergic to metals or certain chemical agents. While "Rose Gold Black" by Winston Royale instead has a very 70s-like charm, enriched by a contemporary and minimalist touch. Choose how to spend your time wisely.

voting closed 19/01/2015


12 January 2015


Outline or filling?

Observing "Fitments" by Levantin Design is like wearing a pair of x-ray eyeglasses. The feeling is one of lightness and airiness interpreted with different colors. Whereas "Stalk" by Peter Dudas evokes the classic lamp, but with a touch of minimalism that joins hands with the past and takes it towards a future with more personality.

voting closed 16/01/2015


9 January 2015


Painting or sculpture?

Dikla of Assemblage Unique designs and manufactures unique handmade bags. From her workshop in Tel Aviv, Israel, today we present a clutch painted in a Pollock-like fashion, with a wooden clasp. For a more dark and discreet look, perhaps Zac Posen has the right alternative. His handbag is made with sculptural folds and studs.

voting closed 15/01/2015


8 January 2015


Twin or only child?

An architect's chair. The studio, based in Ireland, is called Tierney Haines. Their metal chair is light and shiny, like a dragonfly ready to carry your weight. "Tyci 70" by Xobo Furniture has a similar approach. It can be easily assembled and disassembled, making transportation much less of a hassle. Two examples of practical solutions.

voting closed 13/01/2015


6 January 2015

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