Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino Displays Tuxedo Line with Commercial Models

Get ‘Down to Formal’ with Commercial Models and Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino.

We know you’ve heard of him, and we know you’re watching the sixth and final season of Jersey Shore which began last week.  Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino teamed up with Flow Formal Wear to create a new tuxedo line that features a younger, up-and-coming demographic.  He says:  “DTF has a new meaning: Down to Formal! I’m really excited to show a classier, more sophisticated side of myself.”

In this playful photo shoot, we see a simple story being portrayed as a part of the Flow Menswear new advertising campaign.  Model Machine’s commercial models were elated to work with Flow Formal Wear and ‘The Situation,’ helping to promote Flow’s tuxedo line along with a charity that is near to his heart. Of course, ‘The Situation’ isn’t all about the formal wear.  Sorrentino, all fist pumping aside, has a heart for philanthropy and those who are less fortunate than him. Portions of each sale go to Children of the Fallen Soldiers Relief Fund helping families who have lost honorable men and women fighting for our country.

Check out below some of the photos from the shoot as well as some behind the scenes shots.  You can do your obligatory fist pump now – we just did ours.

 

Commercial Models Photo Shoot

 

Madison and Mike kickin’ it behind the scenes of the Flow photo shoot.

 

Elaine and Mike hanging out before the photo shoot.