Things to Do Hostess gift ideas that your holiday party planner will love By Melissa Kravitz Special to amNewYork December 18, 2017 6:35 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email You checked everyone off your gifting list but somehow your host slipped under your shopping radar this year and you really (really!) can’t show up empty-handed. For hosts who love to entertain or need to wind down after the stress of putting together a holiday gathering, these last-minute gift ideas will make it look like you were planning to gift these cookware and relaxing agents long before you even thought of anyone else’s gifts. Kiehl’s Coriander Hand Duo Photo Credit: Kiehls Hosts who have been hard on their hands (read: all hosts) will be grateful for this cleansing and moisturizing duo that gives overworked hands a much-needed hydration boost. $26, kiehls.com Claudia Pearson New York apron Photo Credit: Claudia Pearson Hosting a party in New York City is no small feat, so let your host wear her accomplishment with pride in this handmade canvas apron printed with original NYC illustrations. $28, claudiapearson.com Champagne Photo Credit: ReserveBar A bottle of bubbly is never not a perfect gift, and a special, sparkly holiday bottle brings on all the festive feels. Moët & Chandon’s Impérial Brut is wrapped in gold for the season, and sold at a price point that’s not quite Dom Perignon-painful. $48, reservebar.com Swiss Diamond premium clad cookware Photo Credit: Swiss Diamond Your host may never be a pro chef, but they can cook like one. Gift a nice, shiny piece of cookware like this 8” frying pan that’s oven and dishwasher safe. $99.95, swissdiamond.com French Kitchen marble wine cooler Photo Credit: Crate and Barrel Much more functional — and attractive — than a bag of ice plopped on a table to keep wine chilled, this marble cooler can also be used to store utensils or as a vase when it’s not holding a bottle of white. $24.95, crateandbarrel.com Sugar Paper agenda Photo Credit: Sugar Paper Help your host get 2018’s social schedule in order with style. Gifting a luxe planner with plenty of space to pencil in new parties will pretty much guarantee you a repeat invite. $28, sugarpaper.com Lagostina Heritage Lasagnera Photo Credit: Williams Sonoma For the host who loves serving a crowd, this elegant stainless steel pan with a sleek wooden top will stylishly hold shareable baked pasta dishes (and other recipes) for many dinner parties to come. $199.95, williams-sonoma.com Driftaway Coffee subscription Photo Credit: Driftaway Coffee Help your host caffeinate after long nights packing up leftovers and shaking out tablecloths with a subscription to coffee beans from this Brooklyn-based small-batch coffee roaster. Beans are sustainably sourced directly from farmers, and coffee drinkers can send feedback directly back to the bean growers. From $39, driftaway.coffee By Melissa Kravitz Special to amNewYork Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.