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Alex & Lee: 40 Years of Renegade Jewelry Design
What: The iconic SF jewelry duo get their own retrospective, showcasing pieces worn by the likes of Salvador Dali and featured in the collections of Proenza Schouler, Oscar de la Renta, and Alexis Bittar.
Why: Shop the brand’s current line, including scarves, belts, and bracelets, at the trunk show this Friday and Saturday.
When: Thru Nov. 1. Tues.-Sat., 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Where: Cavalier, 1035 Post St., b/t Polk & Larkin Sts. (415-440-7300).
In Heaven, Everything Is Fine
What: Just in time for Halloween, the exhibit of local artists explores the scary, surreal world of director David Lynch with nods to Twin Peaks, Eraserhead, and Mulholland Drive.
Why: Check out a replica of the TV series’s creepy Black Lodge and wear your best Lynch-inspired getup to win a prize in the costume contest.
When: Fri., 6-9 p.m.
Where: Roll Up Gallery at Public Works, 161 Erie St., at Mission St. (415-932-0955).
Here We Go Magic
What: The mellow New York-based rockers play songs off their acclaimed new album, A Different Ship, produced by Radiohead’s Nigel Godrich.
Why: An excuse to check out the new Chapel, the West Coast outpost of New Orleans’s famed Preservation Hall.
When: Sat., 8 p.m.
Where: 777 Valencia St., at 19th St. Tickets ($18) at ticketfly.com.
Ali Golden and The 2 Bandits
What: A two-for-one trunk show celebrates the delicate, feminine clothing of Oakland-based designer Golden and the latter’s Southwest-inspired jewelry.
Why: Nosh on sweets and sip champagne.
When: Sat., noon-7 p.m.
Where: BellJar, 3187 16th St., at Guerrero St. (415-626-1749).
Edible Selby at SFMOMA
What: Todd Selby’s new tome depicts chefs and food artisans at work; the photographer appears alongside two of the book’s players, Blue Bottle Coffee’s James and Caitlin Freeman.
Why: Stick around for the reception in the upstairs cafe, with treats by the Freemans.
When: Tonight. Seating, 5 p.m.; talk, 6 p.m.
Where: Phyllis Wattis Theater, 151 3rd St., b/t Howard & Mission Sts. (415-357-4000). Tickets are free with museum admission ($18); first come, first served.
Photo: Drew Altizer / Courtesy of Cavalier