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?

Impassioned or neutral?

A battle between clutches. Clemsa designs "Yup Ciliegia", a completely unlined model in fiery cherry-colored red and hand-woven calf leather. Laboutin responds with "Loubiposh Clutch patent", its flesh tone contrasting with a barrage of studs. How do you feel today?

voting closed 11/04/2014

 

4 April 2014

 

Split or stratified?

Today we're going for a conceptual vibe. The glass top of "What Lies Beneath" by RSSW reveals a table that imploded on itself. Surprising, isn't it? If you're looking for something more sophisticated yet that references nature, then "Zagi" by Vito Selma is for you. Take a closer look: it's a monument to mountains.

voting closed 10/04/2014

 

3 April 2014

 

Hairless or hirsute?

A soft curve on the backrest saves it from being too aseptic. This chair designed by Hungarian studio Tervhivatal as part of their "Alba collection" doesn't beat about the bush when it comes to the category it belongs to. While for "Hair Chair", Monique Goossens adds a human characteristic that removes function and identity.

voting closed 09/04/2014

 

2 April 2014

 

In color or black and white?

The distinguishing features of "Playful Pattern Separate" by Randa? A palette borrowed from Pippi Longstocking: nonconformist, colorful and energetic. While "T.U.K shoes" by Fancy Shoe Land takes us back a few years with a vaguely retro 50s look. Doesn't it make you think of the iconic Betty Boop?

voting closed 08/04/2014

 

1 April 2014

 

Upright or bending?

It'll adapt to wherever you put it. "Yupik" by FontanaArte can be hung, rested, suspended, inclined. Thanks to its 5 meters of chord and its versatile design, it'll always be at attention. While "Kina" by Marco Zito displays a more reverent demeanor. With a nod of its head it greets you, projecting a cone of light from its fluid body. Ready to hit the switches?

voting closed 07/04/2014

 

31 March 2014

 
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