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?

Breezy or contained?

In summer we all dress lighter, starting from our feet. Sandals "Flora" by Sergio Rossi wrap you in a branch of leaves with a laminate effect, elastic inserts and a leather sole. While stiletto “Open Toe Boomerang” by Alejandro Ingelmo is much less revealing with its intricate construction of lines. Which fit you?

voting closed 24/06/2014

 

17 June 2014

 

Sunrise or sunset?

It almost looks like a slice of sun is rising with modernist elegance on sofa “Soho 564” by Morgan Furniture, made in the UK with beech wood and available in your choice of upholstery and polish finishes. “Airberg” by Jean-Marie Massaud instead takes the unconventional route with its unexpected lines and effects.

voting closed 23/06/2014

 

16 June 2014

 

Accentuated or camouflaged?

Two bags and two patterns of opposite effect. “Lucent Flap-2” by Baobao has a black and bold triangular motif accompanying a versatile design: it can be used as a clutch or a tablet case. Dsquared2 responds with “Clutch”: yellow, gold and a subtle python print make this leather bag an elegant evening piece.

voting closed 20/06/2014

 

13 June 2014

 

Pictorial or geometric?

From the art of Van Gogh to action painting, passing by a new basket-making technique developed by Annika Kunter. The result is called “Agnes Lounge Chair” and today we're comparing it to "Tiles" by Jsndesign, with its regular pattern of fabric, padding and support structures. Where will you sit?

voting closed 19/06/2014

 

12 June 2014

 

Smooth or choppy?

Sleek lines, monumental volumes, and enough space to fit a small library. All this and more is “Metal Table Giorgio” by Walff Rethink Inside. Elegantly oscillating next to it is the supporting structure of "Geo" designed by Vito Selma. Both are a unique experience in design. What conditions do you prefer?

voting closed 18/06/2014

 

11 June 2014

 
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