Remo Tulliani
by Brian Lipton
Remo Tulliani, a longtime designer of men’s accessory collection of belts, sunglasses and socks, held a party on Monday, June 17 at Mastro’s Steakhouse to celebrate the publication of his new book, “Courting Kings,” which profiles more than 20 “kings” of their respective industries, delivering introspective, inspiring, aspirational profiles of each person, detailing their personal journeys to greatness.

In this book of essays, Tulliani celebrates the men who guided him on his path, highlighting the lessons the men have learned throughout their lives and careers. It depicts the times when the men almost gave up, gives personal accounts of the values the men bring to their careers and shows the influence the men have had over each other in both their private and professional lives.

Over 100 guests, including several of the “Kings,” attended the event, including Steve Smith, Jimmy Gabriel, Jim Farrell, Robert Stock, Jason Jones, Cliff Lelonek, Len Pesco and Jason Dasal.

The book, which is 456 pages, has a leather cover, and is packaged in a special linen case, retails for $200.