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Liz O’Brien Editions

James Andrew at Liz O'Brien - photo Gabriel Everett

James Andrew at Liz O'Brien - photo Gabriel Everett

We do go on quite a bit here at WIJW about the super stylish Liz O’Brien, and it is not without good reason. She really does have one of the finest galleries here in New York City! We share her passion for the iconic masters of the 20th century, and do love the excitement, spark, and historical interest these pieces can add to a fine interior.

With a curator’s eye, O’Brien has launched an ultra-chic collection of furniture and accessories (O’brien calls them “keepers”), based on the designs of these iconic 20th century masters. “At the end of the day,” she says, “these are the pieces I want to have in my own home.” And it is indeed a well edited collection, Editions “…offers the sophisticated, design-orientated customer a refreshing alternative at exceptional value.”

The Billy Lounge Chair with Ottoman and The Francis Dining chair

The Billy Lounge Chair with Ottoman and The Francis Dining chair at Liz O'Brien

Her marvelous gallery is filled with the most fabulous assortment of sofas and chairs, upholstered in richly colored and jewel-toned fabrics that are available for immediate gratification or to be ordered and produced in one’s own fabric. The Pamela and Jayne sofas (below) are based on models by the legendary firm Maison Jansen.

The Pamela Sofa

The Pamela Sofa at Liz O'Brien

The Jayne Sofa at Liz O'Brien

The Jayne Sofa at Liz O'Brien

The Sister Pouf was one of Sister Parish’s favorites.

The Sister Pouf

The Sister Pouf

The Courrone Lamp

The Courrone Lamp

To be sure, I’ll be incorporating all of these gorgeous pieces into the interiors I’m creating for my clients. Do visit her stunning gallery to explore the full range here as well as the sublime collection of vintage pieces that O’Brien is famous for.

Me and stacks of the Albert Table (below). Based on a design by Albert Hadley, it’s a chic jewel of an object that can be used as a side table or grouped in multiples, fabric wrapped with a high gloss lacquer finish.

James Andrew at the Liz'Obiren Gallery with a stack of the Albert Table

James Andrew at the Liz'Obiren Gallery with stacks of the Albert Table - photo Gabriel Everett

Enjoying the outrageous beauty of the Liz O’Brien Gallery, I’m sporting a Tom Ford “Country Jacket” in amethyst wool silk tri-color windowpane, glen plaid wool, cashmere tie, black and white silk pocket square and saddle leather loafers, Turnbull and Asser purple cotton shirt with white collar and cuffs, vintage moon stone cuff links, Gucci python belt with silver double horse head buckle, J Brand “Kane” jeans and my fragrance is Creed Windsor.


  1. Dean Farris says:


    WIJW just keeps getting better and better! Am crazy for all the Jansen stuff and just gotta have an Albert table or two…

    Dean Farris

  2. James Andrew says:

    Dear Dean,

    Thank You!

    I am always pushing to be a better version of myself.

    This new line by Liz O’Brien is just beyond fab!



  3. Dean Farris says:


    I showed the “James” table to our architect, Edgar Ramirez, and I think he is gonna order two for his new bedroom…

    Dean *****

  4. Francois says:

    Darling – great post and great outfit, but I think the shoes are a bit lala, you should wear mor classical ones – hand and shoes thats the things you always look first grandma said. and she is right.

  5. danny says:

    I agree with Francois on the lala… But no such thing can be said for your fine form in those fine form fitting jeans!!!! Line Dancing Finger Licking Good!

    As for the tables… Looks like a malachite moment! For a total look check out Tony Duquette’s carpets, cottons and wallpapers…

    X Danny

  6. jon j says:

    I think Danny and Francois are beyond insane! Great taste as always!

    never fitting in, always standing out –


  7. Marc de Paris says:

    Amazing pictures, and I don’t agree with François: your shoes are great!

  8. James Andrew says:

    Dear jon j and Marc de Paris,

    Thank You both for your most fabulous support!



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