all the chavs/douchebags/assclowns still wearing the crap
with these letters on it:
- ed hardy
- christian audigier
- crystal rock
... in the meantime this mother****er christian audigier gave away
over 50 licenses for different products - including edhardy-VIBRATORS
Metrosexuals banned to curb violence
A PARTY promoter has banned "metrosexuals" from a popular club night in a bid to stamp out violence.
The promoter, credited with bringing the Perth-based event Dorcia to Melbourne in September, warned punters they would not get in wearing trademark metrosexual attire - for example, low-cut V-neck T-shirts, skinny jeans and pointed white shoes.
Scott Mellor said the move was made to end a "sports jock mentality" and a growing trend of aggression inside clubs and bars.
"We are really trying to push a party night that is a safe place to go and have a good time without worrying about safety," the 27-year-old said.
"We wanted to shed light on the problems with nightlife in Australia. We took everything that we disliked about going out to clubs and inverted it ... no dressing up like David Beckham.
"We are about creating an environment where people can be comfortable and confident."
Posters advertising the Dorcia event hosted by city venue the Ding Dong Lounge warn patrons: "No metrosexual attire, no aggression, no problems."
Popular brand Ed Hardy tops the list of unacceptable clothing ...
... as does "fight fashion" from brands such as Tapout.
Other faux pas include pointed leather shoes, shirts with numbers on them,
tight T-shirts and polo shirts with popped collars.
Men sporting blond tips or dyed rats' tails will also be turned away.
Management also warned that ejected troublemakers would be photographed for a "name and shame" wall just inside the entrance.
"We are not turning away people who look after themselves, wear product in their hair or dress with a degree of style," Mr Mellor said.
"We are simply providing a venue for people who don't subscribe to the standards of 90 per cent of other clubs."
But Eve nightclub boss Nick Russian said the initiative seemed unfair.
"I think you find the people who make an effort are the people who've come out for a good time, and the last thing on their agenda is starting fights," Mr Russian said.
He said that a lot of clubs kept a strict dress code with that in mind. "The main objective is for people to come with the right attitude. If people are drunk or aggressive they won't get in."
Melbourne councillor Jennifer Kanis said nightclub owners and managers had the right to refuse entry.
"But I expect refusal to be based on demonstrated antisocial behaviour rather than discriminating against a person or group of people because of the way they dress," Cr Kanis said.
Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commissioner Dr Helen Szoke said everybody was entitled to service without discrimination.
"It is against the law to refuse a person service on the basis of age, sex, physical features, race and a range of other characteristics," she said.