Sisters Tess Loo and Ann and Jenny Siner, who own 12 locations of My Sister’s Closet, My Sister’s Attic and Well Suited in Arizona and California. are re-developing and restyling the contemporary space formerly owned by Fannin Interiors at 44th Street and Indian School to make way for a brand new My Sister’s Attic opening 8 a.m. Saturday, June 8.

Those lined up early will get free mini on-site consultations and first dibs on one-of-a-kind My Sister’s Attic items including newly consigned wall art, china and crystal, furniture, lighting, rugs, silver and patio accessories. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Arizona Humane Society.

At approximately 4,500 square feet, My Sister’s Attic will occupy the first floor of the building—first stand-alone store for the sisters. The 2,800 square feet upstairs will house the new corporate headquarters for Eco-Chic Consignments, Inc. which is the family of three high-end designer consignment concepts—My Sister’s Closet (women), My Sister’s Attic (home furnishings) and Well Suited (men).

To learn more about Eco-Chic Consignments, Inc. and its resale brands, visit


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