FENNICK NYC is a high-end, eclectic collector’s dream playhouse and props master paradise.
It’s where you’ll uncover master-restored Louis Vuitton steamer trunks for that perfect luxury coffee table, old European and American porcelain street and advertising signs, vintage soda collectibles, and even hard-to-find 1960s Bendix computers to set the stage for sci-fi and flashback scenes.
FENNICK NYC is the creation of Detroit born, identical twin, rock n’ roll brothers, Rob and Ron Fennick. It is the next generation from their landmark "Lot 76", the iconic architectural antique lot on East Houston at Elizabeth Street. A place where Conan O’Brien shot segments for his show, Martha Stewart featured the Fennick brothers' vintage Vuitton luggage on the cover of her magazine (Martha Stewart Living), MTV shot videos, feature films shot scenes and rented their props. Lot 76 was slated a "must see" in Metropolitan Home, was featured in magazines including Architectural Digest, GQ and Esquire, and many times, CNN wrapped up the Wall Street news with live shots of the store.
As seen in popular productions such as Bull, Gotham, Bridge of Spies, Matilda on Broadway, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Kevin Can Wait, Oceans 8, Crime, and more.
FENNICK NYC is the next generation and a destination for vintage luxury.