Click for story. 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... ...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. Sounds like a good place.