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Mantalk #5

December 18, 2013

The boys have a few final pearls of
wisdom for 2013…

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Mantalk #4

December 4, 2013

This week in Mantalk, Seán debates the fashion industry’s association with sweatshops and Craig has the suss on scents for the winter months.

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stylefix #4

December 4, 2013

This week we’re talking wrap skirts, Olivia Palermo wardrobe envy and those winter essentials you need to get your mittens on.

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stylefix #3

November 21, 2013

This week, the gals chat polo necks, buying online and how you can nab Jourdan Dunn’s style.

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Mantalk #3

November 21, 2013

The boys are back. Fresh from a dapper (and indeed, victorious) outing working his T.I. impression as one third of the “Blurred Lines” trio in DCU Drama’s “Stars in their Eyes”, Seán on why what we wear is our identity. Craig isn’t too sure about buying a winter coat from a shop with a topless lad out the front, and sure…could you blame him?

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Mantalk #2

November 6, 2013

Your two favourite boys with style are back for another round of mantalk. A birthday week for Craig means a new Zara jacket and Seán fills us in on the trials and tribulations of trying to break the fashion industry.

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stylefix #2

November 6, 2013

Shannon O’Sullivan is back with your fortnightly Flux stylefix. This issue, the Powerscourt Centre, baseball jerseys and a new line for H & M.

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Mantalk: An Introduction

October 23, 2013

In a brand new style column for Flux, for men, by men, Craig Sutton and Seán Ó Grifín take us through their own personal style and give us an insight into what they’re going to cover in your must read every fortnight; Mantalk.

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stylefix #1

October 20, 2013

Shannon O’Sullivan with your fortnightly stylefix. This issue she chats all things velvet, back to school garms and Millie Mack’s effortless style… Steal Her Style: Millie Mackintosh Watching the first episode of MIC’s new series

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21 Reasons To Love Charity Shops

December 12, 2012

1. Old ladies. Between the staff and the patrons, a healthy proportion of charity shop folk are (generally) cute old ladies. For the most part, they will be so delighted to see someone young that