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?

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

 

Colored or monochrome?

One day there'll be a remote control with which you'll be able to change the color of your clothes and accessories as if you were channel surfing. In the meantime you can wear a pair of shoes and keep an extra pair in your bag. Such as with "Look 7" by Zuhair Murad and "Lucille Pump" by Gianvito Rossi. Which is the one you'd wear?

voting closed 02/10/2014

 

25 September 2014

 

Alone or in company?

Sofa "Insulaire" may seem like a bit of a loner, but in reality its quite social and the designers of Numéro 111 conceived it as part of a series of atoll-like pieces to be arranged as you please in the living room. "Nubilo" by Constance Guisset is instead like a springboard for the imagination together with its plush cushions. Ready for a dive?

voting closed 01/10/2014

 

24 September 2014

 

Concrete jungle or urban safari?

The city is calling, are you ready for an adventure? Angel Jackson's satchel puts a modern twist on a classic model, blending luxury and graphic charm for a metropolitan look. While "Alba" by Jimmy Choo, with its leopard print motif and Tabasco hue will instantly allow you to blend in with the urban chaos. Which do you choose?

voting closed 30/09/2014

 

23 September 2014

 

Loop or shuffle?

If it were a drawing, "Loop" by Fred Rieffel would have a peculiarity. You could sketch it without ever raising your pen from your paper: it's a continuous and closed line. While "Trame" by Amandine Chhor & Aïssa Logerot is more like an iPod Shuffle, for its propensity to mix - in this case shapes.

voting closed 29/09/2014

 

22 September 2014

 
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