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?

Under or around?

There's always a place for the imagination. Acne Studio puts it under the sole, by designing a platform that keeps you one cm of creativity above the rest. Kenzo instead draws it all around the foot. Classic, pop, or party? Everything is mixed together in this must-have model of footwear.

voting closed 14/10/2014

 

7 October 2014

 

Decadancing o Anti(con)temporary?

Today you're in for a treat. Maison Martin Margiela transports you from ancient Roman thermal baths and their decadent mosaics straight to a club dance-floor with this clutch that fuses past and present. Proenza Schouler reformulates the concept in a marble-like pattern with fluorescent accents. It's time to go out!

voting closed 13/10/2014

 

6 October 2014

 

Concrete or conceptual?

Rigid and fragile coexist in this experiment by Chinese designer Ying Chang made of fabric and cement. Our trip into the possibilities of materials takes us from China to Japan, where Kaneuchi reflects on the dehumanization of a world governed by incessant consumption. To go back to the essence is his motto.

voting closed 10/10/2014

 

3 October 2014

 

Braided or decorated?

It isn't a handmade basket. Nor is it a simple shoe: the woven leather design that defines this heel by Proenza Schouler is much more. If arts and crafts with a fashion twist tickle your fancy, then perhaps another sort of embellishment will also appeal to you. For example that of "Riko" by Sophia Webster.

voting closed 07/10/2014

 

30 September 2014

 

Slender or sturdy?

As thin as a leaf, collection "Slight" by Christophe Bourban turns the concept of padded sofa on its head, with a foldable design that comes in several forms. While collection "Flow" is a light and organic monolith, with rounded lines that seem ready to welcome you in a soft embrace. Where will you rest this weekend?

voting closed 06/10/2014

 

29 September 2014

 
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