A Day in the Life of The Knottery
Livin’ the dream.
Jack Fischman and Jay Arem have their own men’s accessory line The Knottery. Must be exciting, huh? Well, sometimes! Here’s what an average day looks like for the two (very charming and funny) Brooklyn guys. —jackie varriano
Jay: Wake up and make breakfast for the clan; drink coffee number one.
Jack: I’ve been up for 20 minutes, bro.
Jay: Put the kids on bus, start thinking about vacation, cross the street back to the house, and stop dreaming.
Jack: Wipe baby food from my eyes. My son is a thrower.
Jay: Get into office and look for things to do.
Jack: Get into the office and start stressing that I have too much to do. Think about going back home.
Jay: Start planning lunch. Inspect two new fabrics that came in.
Jack: Consider having a fourth coffee.
Jay: Make a 2 Chainz reference about first fabric and a Mexican drug blanket reference about the other.
Jack: Quickly Google 2 Chainz.
Jack & Jay: Lunch and coffee.
Jay: Help unload some new inventory, letting everyone know I’m sore from my new fitness routine.
Jack: Tell everyone that it was actually me who helped unload the inventory.
Jay: Look at this ribbon we bought six months ago to see if I have any ideas yet for its use. Zero.
Jack: Look up receipt. Start worrying. Maybe we can get a refund?
Jack & Jay: Quickly get distracted by a YouTube clip someone tweeted.
Jack: Respond to wife’s text, saying that I just left the office. Quickly start leaving the office.
Jay: Close the lights and nap for five minutes before going home to help out.