Scouting Report: Last-Minute New Year’s Eve Looks

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Scouting Report: Last-Minute New Year’s Eve Looks

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Hitting the Racks

Need a last-minute New Year’s Eve look? Head to the Armarium pop-up at the Plaza Hotel before the clock strikes 12. There, fashion fairy godmothers (a.k.a. Armarium stylists) have entrance-making options like a Sonia Rykiel sequin dress ($500 rental, $4,050 retail) and a gold Roberto Cavalli gown ($1,000 rental, $11,000 retail) at the ready. At 768 Fifth Avenue

Alison Lou has conversation pieces, like Mr. Potato Head ear, eye, mouth and feet wire rings (starting at $625) from a holiday collaboration with Hasbro, at its new shop. At 20 East 69th Street

The Me & Ro designer Robin Renzi crafted sterling silver engraved “Joy” ($105) and heart ($110) pendants for the Joyful Heart Foundation, with 100 percent of proceeds going to support the organization, which provides support to survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence and child abuse. At 241 Elizabeth Street

Alison Lou rings inspired by Mr. Potato Head’s body parts.

A KES raw-edge slip dress made with recycled silk ($389), available at an indie designer pop-up that also includes selections from M. Patmos and Daryl K, would be perfect if you’re going to let your accessories do the talking. At 97 Crosby Street

The Los Angeles artist Jen Stark designed a snazzy case for the Google Pixel phone featuring six customizable psychedelic print options ($40), available at the Google pop-up. At 96 Spring Street

The designer Anna Corinna, formerly of the cult-adored label Foley & Corinna, has a range of beautiful vintage silk kimonos embroidered with dragons, birds and flowers at her new Brooklyn store. They are perfect for lounging all New Year’s Day. At 377 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn

All proceeds from the Me & Ro designer Robin Renzi’s silver pendants will go to the Joyful Heart Foundation.

And the Elder Statesman designer Greg Chait will close his Winter Shop, stocked with all manner of cozy cashmere bits like an embroidered teddy bear ($615) and throw blanket ($3,335) on Dec. 31. At 159 East 64th Street.


Find discounts of up to 60 percent at the Barneys New York sale on designer pieces like a J. W. Anderson embellished trench coat ($649, originally $1,615) and Lenny leather and suede over-the-knee boots ($829, originally $1,650).

The ABC Carpet & Home winter sale promises discounts of up to 50 percent off a Reeves Design round marble coffee table ($417, originally $595) and other furniture, lighting and mirrors, as well as discounts of up to 60 percent off carpets and rugs. At 888 Broadway.

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