New Year’s Eve at Home Ideas, Inspired by Batsheva Hay, Christian Siriano, and More

New Year’s Tradition: “The only New Year’s tradition I’d say I have is setting my intentions at the top of the year and checking in with myself after to see how things are going.” 

Williams Sonoma Sicily outdoor melamine bowl, set of four

Pottery Barn Fortessa Arezzo flatware, set of 20

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Christian Siriano, designer

“Normally, I would be hosting a big party like I do almost every New Year’s, but this one will be spent with my good friend Alicia Silverstone, whom I haven’t seen in so long. We will be dreaming of being on a beach having fun in the sun. Whatever we decide to actually do in the end, I plan to wear my favorite Saint Laurent tuxedo shirt, black jeans, and these cool new Prada boots I bought myself for a birthday present in November. [We’ll be having] anything that involves yummy tequila and dancing all night to ’90s hits!”

New Year’s Tradition: “For some reason, the last few years I have always hosted a masquerade-type party, and everyone takes off their cool mask to kiss at midnight—and well, we will all be wearing masks again this year. But I don’t think the kiss at midnight will happen, sadly. So it’s time for a new COVID-friendly tradition!”

Saint Laurent vertical stripe embroidered shirt

Prada Spazzolato lugged combat boot

KaraoKing karaoke machine

Tamu McPherson, editor in chief of All the Pretty Birds

“My husband, son, and I will be spending New Year’s Eve at home here in Milan. It will be low-key and cozy. I would love to wear a Petar Petrov devoré-velvet maxidress. It’s so velvety and soft, perfect for festive dressing at home. At this moment, I am dreaming of ordering a decadent meal from our favorite Japanese restaurant. We will drink our favorite Franciacorta. We’ll watch movies until just before midnight and turn on the news to ring in the new year. Don’t tell anyone, but my husband loves fireworks and crackers. He mentioned getting some. However, I have no idea where he would launch them in Milan!”

New Year’s Tradition: “We normally celebrate New Year’s Eve at our friends Margit and Paolo’s home in Switzerland. Margit is a goddess in the kitchen and each couple invited brings a side, dessert, or alcohol. It’s a family affair and all of our children are present. My husband treats them to fireworks and crackers at midnight. That part gets pretty wild.”

Petar Petrov Aphra balloon-sleeve devoré-velvet maxidress

Bellavista Franciacorta Saten brut

HuaLan Japanese natural wood chopstick set

Winston Porter Deantrei brushed ice bucket

Allison Bornstein, stylist 

“This year, we are going to spend New Year’s in our cabin upstate! We just bought it and it will be a fun way to start a new chapter and a new year. I will wear a Refine slip dress and add some fun jewelry. I love a slip dress because it can have sort of a nightgown vibe, so it makes sense for an at-home party. I’ll be barefoot too, of course. I am also a terrible cook, but I am really good at assembling a cheese or crudité plate, maybe because it’s like styling?! I can work with what is already made, and make it look nice, so I will probably just eat a ton of snacks and drink wine. Always wine for me! I love to prep as well, so I am sure all day I will be making the house look nice (for no one) and then be tired by midnight.” 

New Year’s Tradition: “My tradition is that I never want to go out and always try to convince everyone to just stay in with me. So this situation sort of works out perfectly for me. Now, everyone will have to be home, just how I like it!”

Refine Carolyn silk slip dress

Timeless Pearly gold-tone, resin and crystal earrings

Picnic Time Brie four-piece acacia cheese board and tool set

Les Ottomans Flora hand-painted metal tray

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