Pick of the crop.
Mulberry & Me Fall Fashion Event
What: Harvest a chilly weather wardrobe (sheepskin-lined leather jackets, cashmere tunics, and more) and score 15 percent off your purchase.
Why: Stackable beaded bracelets at the trunk show by new online jewelry store West Melrose.
When: Today, noon-8 p.m.
Where: 2019 W. Division St., b/t Damen & Hoyne Aves. (773-952-7551).
Soulistic Studio & Spa’s Pilates Burn Class
What: The more intense take on the exercise combines traditional mat moves with hand weight exercises, resistance bands, and other forces to be reckoned with.
Why: DailyCandy readers are invited to try a session for $10 (reg. $20; Pilates Reformer and Pilates Chair classes are not included).
When: Check the schedule online at soulistic.com.
Where: 805 N. Milwaukee Ave., at Chicago Ave. Mention offer when registering at 312-226-7685.
Design Harvest Festival
What: West Town is fertile ground for furniture and home accessories designers and retailers. Unearth them all at the second annual street fest.
Why: Stunning visual vignettes from Room Service, Post 27, Verde Design Studio, and more.
When: Sat. & Sun., 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
Where: Grand Ave., b/t Damen Ave. & Wood St. Info at 312-850-9390.
What: The Whistler’s Paul McGee builds your liquid assets with a class ($95) on stocking your liquor cabinet, using bartending tools, and whipping up potent ones.
Why: Get a jump on holiday entertaining.
When: Nov. 13 & 27, Dec. 4 & 11, 2-5 p.m.
Where: 2421 N. Milwaukee Ave., at Fullerton Ave. (773-227-3530). To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
41st Annual Pilsen East Artists’ Open House
What: On a self-guided walking tour, more than 60 painters, photographers, sculptors, designers, and other creatives show you where the magic happens (i.e., their private studios, living spaces, and galleries).
Why: Mat Barber Kennedy’s transfixing, color-dappled architectural illustrations.
When: Fri., 6-10 p.m.; Sat. & Sun., noon-7 p.m.
Where: Info given out at W. 18th St., at Halsted St. Event spans a few blocks from there.
Photo: Courtesy of West Melrose