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?

Fair weather or overcast?

Forecasts and fashion, atmospheres and gazes. The lenses and frames of these two pairs of sunglasses speak the language of weather. Prabal Gurung takes us to the iconic 50s, with clear, blue skies and a good set of optimism. Oak Nyc instead observes us through dark clouds charged with rain. How do you feel today?

voting closed 12/06/2015


5 June 2015


Water or air sign?

Even sofas have a zodiac sign. On one side we have the aqueous "Bonluxat" by Eric Berthès and Jeremie Daybed, with its art deco references. On the other we have "Pezio" by Bulgarian designer Ventsislav Ivanov, a couch entirely inspired by the geometric shape of the trapeze, as colorful as it is rational. What sign are you?

voting closed 05/06/2015


29 May 2015


Rigid or bending?

Mary Wallis has managed to express sophisticated luxury on a desk like nobody before, by designing a cold cathode table lamp with a brushed brass base. Nick Ponomarenko also made it. His lamp raised $8008 on Kickstarter and can now illuminate your working hours with a smart and stylish aesthetic.

voting closed 02/06/2015


26 May 2015


Two-toned or bi-colored?

You look at it and are lost, hypnotized, captivated by its graphical vortex. "Two Tone" by Angel Jackson is a mesmerizing trip into aesthetics and design, the perfect bag with which to attract gazes. Fashion brand Borgenni also uses two colors for clutch "La Sei Bicolori": smooth calf leather and soft nubuck. Choose which fits you the best.

voting closed 29/05/2015


22 May 2015


Esoteric or intuitive?

Clasping the ground yet ready to take flight. "Arenae" by Tuell and Reynolds resembles a new species of metallic bird camouflaged as a table. Looking for something more traditional? "TS Table" by Gam Fratesi is inspired by the architecture of 30s Copenhagen. Metal, marble and versatility. Take your pick.

voting closed 26/05/2015


19 May 2015

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