Twelve days a-styling.
What: Cornell grads Roisin Giese and Miggy Mason debut a charming, brick-walled decor store devoted to sustainable chic furniture, pillows, tableware, and home accoutrements.
Why: Nesting bowls ($144/set of three) by Pigeon Toe Ceramics, Rifle Paper Co.’s Boston terrier stationery ($16/set of eight), and antique wooden mirrors ($250) made from salvaged line shaft pulleys.
When: Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Where: 319 A St., Fort Point (617-701-3496).
What: Yarn-and-needle mastermind Wenlan Chia’s cozy knits adorned with whimsical creatures for up to 60 percent off.
Why: Stock up on Twinkle Home’s quirky but sweet sheets while you’re at it.
Where: Online at swirl.com.
Wine Dinner with Terry Theise at Menton
What: Larger-than-life oenophile reads from his first book, Reading Between the Wines, before introducing top-notch artisanal vintages from Austria, Germany, and France in the restaurant’s private dining room.
Why: Executive chef Colin Lynch’s hush-hush, four-course accompaniment includes venison, lobster, caviar, and his already-renowned butter soup.
When: Wed., 6:30 p.m.
Where: 354 Congress St., Fort Point. Reservations to 617-737-0099. Cost is $250.
What: Newly relocated to Pittsburgh (but forever tied to Western Mass.), our fave handbag designer, Wendy Downs, unveils her latest on-trend carryall ($146) — a clean-lined, shoulder-saving sack made of durable brushed canvas and steel hardware.
Why: Readers get an exclusive 10 percent discount thru Oct. 16; enter dailycandy at checkout.
When: No one else has your back.
Where: Online at moopshop.com.
What: Former Chez Henri pastry chef Valerie Conyngham crafts ambrosial morsels with local ingredients in unmatched flavors, like spicy peanut butter, strawberry balsamic, and burned caramel with sea salt (her illustrated packaging is also to die).
Why: New Halloween-inspired treats, made from chocolate ganache and cacao nib, festooned with little cocoa butter skulls (trick-or-treaters never had it so good).
When: Your blood sugar drops.
Where: Online at viannechocolat.com.
MFA Fall Open House
What: Take part in a free all-day, style-infused celebration that includes short films on fashion and design, as well as Anikai Dance Company’s homage to the photography of Richard Avedon.
Why: Catch the recently unveiled Scaasi: American Couturier, featuring 28 customized pieces from Streisand’s favorite designer.
When: Mon., 10 a.m.-4:45 p.m.
Where: 465 Huntington Ave. (617-267-9300).
Photo: Courtesy of Twelve Chairs