We already feel stuffed.WEARLimited-Edition Deyrolle ScarvesWhat: Opening Ceremony teamed with Parisian taxidermy boutique Deyrolle to create a silk scarf printed with a menagerie of exotic animals and insects.Why: You’ve got no room for a stuffed tiger, but this $95 accessory easily fits into a drawer or, better yet, around your neck.When: Available Sept. 10. Where: 35 Howard St., b/t Crosby St. & Broadway (212-219-2688).DECORATEModern Anthology OpensWhat: Don’t let the framed nudes or piles of cattle bones intimidate you; there’s plenty of vintage and home goods for ladies in this new Dumbo boutique.Why: If the reissued Stanley thermoses, classic barware, and retro French anatomy posters don’t thrill, hire owners/interior designers John Marsala and Becka Citron to source something that does.When: Mon., by appt.; Tues.-Sat., 11 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sun., noon-6 p.m.Where: 68 Jay St., b/t Front & Water Sts. (718-522-3020).BOOKThe James New York What: The newest ecofriendly place to rest your head has a Willy Wonka-ish glass elevator, salvaged keyboard button mural in the foyer, and a tri-level garden with herbs that will be used in the resto (opening Nov. 1).Why: The enclosed glass rooftop deck and bar (and pool for warmer months) opens Oct. 1.When: You need a staycation or you’ve got guests in town. Where: 27 Grand St., at Thompson St. (888-526-3778).ENTERSchool of Seven Bells Ticket GiveawayWhat: Twin sisters and a guitar-strumming pal crank out dreamy synth-pop melodies we can’t get enough of.Why: The first two readers to e-mail email@example.com will win a free pair of tickets.When: Sept. 9, 9 p.m.Where: Brooklyn Bowl, 61 Wythe Ave., b/t N. 11th & 12th Sts. (718-963-3369). Tickets ($5-$7) online at brooklynbowl.com.READOne Story, One Borough CampaignWhat: Flip through a free copy of the award-winning, nonprofit literary magazine to discover some of Brooklyn’s finest short story authors (who’ll be reading at next Sunday’s Book Festival).Why: We’ve finally given you a reason to look forward to rush hour.When: Next Wed., 7:30-9 a.m.Where: Various subway stops throughout Brooklyn.CHOPTomahawk SalonWhat: Get cut, colored, and styled at this new multipurpose beauty space that doubles as a fashion collective.Why: Stylist Kristin Jackson made all the wigs in Katy Perry’s “California Gurls” video and can help you out with a similarly playful do.When: Tues.-Fri., 12:30-8:30 p.m.; Sat., 11:30 a.m.-7 p.m.Where: 10 Porter Ave., at Flushing Ave., Bushwick (646-399-6873).Photos: Courtesy of Opening Ceremony Up to 60% off DenimWe’ve rounded up covetable jeans from the likes of Paige, Rich & Skinny, Dylan George, and Rockstar. They’ll leave your wallet (but not your butt) nice and big, since they’re up to 60% off on Swirl.