Here is our photo ENZ's before the blast/fire.
From Bowery Boogie: Enz’s Rockabilly store at 125 Second Avenue is located right next door to the fallen buildings (in most of the photos of the wreckage, you can clearly see the black awning and hot pink storefront). The shop suffered severe damage and had no fire insurance. Friends have started a fundraiser for owner Mariann “Micky” Marlowe, a fixture in the neighborhood since the late 70s, so that she can try to rebuild the store. Enz’s started as a punk rock clothing haven, attracting the likes of Lou Reed and Debbie Harry. As the store moved around the East Village, it drew local musicians, artists, burlesque performers, and many other fans who sought something unique. (Aside from her own designs, Enz’s also carried lines of clothing and accessories created by small businesses in the US.)
Here's the link for donations: http://www.youcaring.com/emergency-fundraiser/help-mariann-marlowe-rebuild-enz-s-rockabilly-store-/328544#.VRYMIQ1VuNg
EV Grieve also mentions: Meanwhile, as The Lo-Down first noted yesterday, owner Mariann Marlowe is operating a pop-up shop at 103 Allen St. just below Delancey through next Wednesday...