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?

Dense or sparse?

Not one, but many rings. Actually, a blooming set of hoops around your finger, that Linnie McLarty manages to keep light and sprightly. Or imagine to choose only one ring from the bouquet. Ute Decker offers "Muriel's ring", a single silver filament, opaque, recycled and entirely handmade. Which would you wear?

voting closed 25/02/2014


18 February 2014


Studs or polka dots?

Appearances can be deceiving, don't trust that aggressive look: hidden between the studs of heels GoJane there's a touch of gold and a delicate form, signs of masked gentleness. "Lady Peep Sling Spikes" by Christian Louboutin are instead a playful disguise that hides a combative soul. Which illusion do you prefer?

voting closed 24/02/2014


17 February 2014


Passionate or rational?

A weft of lines compose "Maya", a chair that seems to transform the laws of physics into matter, thanks to the idea of Arya Alfieri, a student of design at IUAV in San Marino. Lines and grids also form "Lasercut Chair" by Frederik Werner: sections, wedges and lasers are what it takes to make this seat.

voting closed 21/02/2014


14 February 2014


Painting or graffiti?

Dirk van der Kooij has found a use for all the waste materials that are leftover in his laboratory. "Melting Pot Side Table" compresses them into a colorful table. Vans the Omega also chose to transfer his creativity onto everyday pieces of furniture, in the form of aerosol art. "Coffee Tables" is an example.

voting closed 20/02/2014


13 February 2014


Soul or body?

"V Ring - Diamond" by Martha Calvo (Joolz) and "Gold Plated Deep V Ring" by Campbell Jewelry seem like two complementary parts of a single piece. The element that connects them? A V-shape that covers or uncovers the finger, depending on the occasion. Essential and light the first, super low-cut the second. Which would you put on?

voting closed 19/02/2014


12 February 2014

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