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?

Full or empty?

These earrings made in the USA are elongated pyramids by jewelry designer Wendy Nichol, with 3 cms of length and 14 carats of prestige. The face-off is with "Rectangle Slice Studs" by Biko, brillant, chic and the perfect accessory for day or evening. Which will win?

voting closed 16/01/2014


9 January 2014


Rubber or carbon fiber?

Soft and functional, "Rubber Stool" by h220430 from Japan is made of recycled rubber. A single piece that can be folded and fastened into position with minimum effort. "Trio" by MILE also comes from the land of the rising sun. Its characteristics: carbon fiber makes it strong and elastic. Try it to believe it.

voting closed 15/01/2014


8 January 2014


Excited or unperturbed?

A sculpture that lifts your vanity towards provocative peaks. A weapon of seduction by the name of "Lachance Boots", signed Jennifer Chou. While with "Strippy Black Kid", Tabitha Simmons contains and shields your foot from indiscreet observers. Choose the arsenal for your licence to charm.

voting closed 14/01/2014


7 January 2014


Classic or postmodern?

Geometric and chic, earrings "Vico" by Kelly Wearstler display light, classic shapes of layered precious metals. "Notte Square" by Ippolita is a collage of gold and silver: opposites that attract into an ingenious blend. Wear the one closest to your personality.

voting closed 10/01/2014


3 January 2014


Pull or weight?

Simple, ancient mechanisms inspired these two living room lamps. "Pulley Light" by 2nd Shift uses a cleat, a fitting on ships to which ropes are tied. While "A floor lamp" by Studio Aust & Amelung is kept in balance with a sandbag, that can be regulated to 4 different positions. Which has more leverage on you?

voting closed 09/01/2014


2 January 2014

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