Related Posts: Eamon Dunphy interview taken from this issue Man Alive – Irelands first magazine for men Man Alive issue 6 – Eamonn Coughlan Man Alive issue 4 00 1974 / 70s / Fashion / Magazines / Man Alive Tags: men's fashion share You Might Also Like Shopping for Dad, June 1966. June 13, 2013 Dublin’s Heat Fanzine – the first 5 issues 1977 May 8, 2011 Tyler’s Shoes – Miss Model Girl Competition 1970 May 27, 2014 This Post Has 10 Comments FineTuxedos 6 Oct 2011 I intend to come back often to check on what your latest thoughts and views are on this ever changing niche of fashion. Men’s fashion is starting to become as competitive, if not more so, than women’s. The patterns are as varied and unique as those that wear them. Currently it’s not very hard for the men nowadays to find what they like, in addition to what fits their personality. Your site has provided some captivating items for consideration in the world of men’s fashion. Jimmy 30 Nov 2011 Hhmm…You are looking at the old JUNE edition of Man Alive. To get the REAL “captivating items”, shouldn’t you wait for the December issue? Just one look at Dublin man Tony Donnelly’s handmade suit above, illustrates perfectly the evolution of the “Snuggie”. Took almost 40 years but we got there. Fred 16 Dec 2011 Would prefer to see the Pirelli calendar. Please scan it in. paul 29 Jan 2014 please can you scan Rita Murphy girl of the month issue 1 or 2, thanks in advance. paul 29 Jan 2014 Cheers. paul 19 May 2014 Hi I am looking to buy this, had it over 40 years ago, or is there any way you can scan girl of the month and email it to me, means a lot for me as she was my friend, cheers, Paul. dubdoug 19 May 2014 Will take a look Paul. Give me a few days but will get back to you. paul 19 May 2014 Hi Dubdoug, thanks for the reply, hope you can do this for me, regards,Paul. dubdoug 14 Jun 2014 Paul!- sorry it took so long but I found issue 2. ( I had mislaid it) and Girl of the Month is Rita. Will scan over thhe weekend. paul 14 Jun 2014 Thanks for getting back to me looking forward to seeing it, cheers. Comments are closed.