It’s officially that time of year.WEARDusen Wylie Trunk ShowWhat: Toast the four-coat collab between Dusen Dusen designer Ellen Van Dusen and our NYC editor, Erin Wylie, with bubbly and good vibes.Why: Touches like hand-painted hems, leather collars and buttons, and friendship braid drawstrings.When: Fri., 6-10 p.m.Where: Duo, 337 E. 9th St., b/t First & Second Aves. (212-777-7044).FEASTMillesime OpensWhat: Two Michelin star recipient Laurent Manrique (SF’s Aqua) swaps coasts and takes up residence upstairs at The Carlton Hotel, bringing his refined seafood classics to the new red leather banquette-filled and mosaic-tiled space. Why: Ask always-delightful maitre d’ Samy Kebbab for entree (snapper à la plancha bathed in ginger, Jurançon wine, and beurre blanc), cocktail (Pousse Rapière or the Train Wreck), and wine selections. When: Daily, 5:30-11 p.m.Where: 92 Madison Ave., b/t 28th & 29th Sts. (212-889-7100).RESERVETata Harper & Organic Avenue Natural Beauty WorkshopWhat: The all-natural skin care innovator reveals the best beauty regimens, optimal detox methods, supplement saviors, and at-home makeup techniques. Why: Discover which chemicals to avoid (silicone-infused “silky” products that clog pores) and which foods will naturally enhance beauty (hydrating cucumber juice). When: Nov. 20, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. or 4-7 p.m.Where: 116 Suffolk St., b/t Rivington & Delancey Sts. Reservations (required) online at organicavenue.com. Cost is $120.EATFor a CauseWhat: Using locally sourced and organic ingredients, the ladies at The Lower Eastside Girls Club whip up lip-smacking apple and pumpkin pies ($20 each or two for $35).Why: Not a pie gal? Go nontraditional with a whoopie version (ten for $25): not-too-sweet cream cheese frosting between organic pumpkin cookies.When: Order now. Pickup, Nov. 22-24, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.Where: Online at app.etapestry.com. Pickup, 56 E. 1st St., b/t First & Second Aves. (212-982-1633).DECK THE HALLSHoliday Decorations That Jingle Your BellWhat: Spruce up your digs with a made-to-order garland, snowflake mobile, 3-D paper mistletoe ball, or Charlie Brown Christmas tree.Why: No one likes a Grinch.When: Before the first snowfall.Where: Online at dailycandy.com.APPRECIATECanstruction Exhibit and Design CompetitionWhat: Engineers and architects team up to build supersize sculptures from approximately 100,000 cans of food and vie for top honors like Best Meal, Best Use of Labels, and Structural Ingenuity.Why: The pop art installations will be dismantled and donated to City Harvest in time for Thanksgiving.When: Thru Nov. 22.Where: The Winter Garden at World Financial Center, 3 World Financial Center, 200 Vesey St., 11th flr. Suggested donation is one can of food per person.TIPPLE1534 OpensWhat: New French Colonial-inspired drinking den under Jacques bistro nods to the French Legion (punch served from an absinthe drip), the Louisiana Purchase (NOLA beer), and Alsace (tarte flambe) in a parlor setting (crown molding, gorgeous light fixtures). Why: Recognize the high-quality cocktails? They’re courtesy of the mixologists responsible for the lists at The Breslin, Ace, and Royalton.When: Sun.-Wed., 5 p.m.-2 a.m.; Thurs.-Sat., 5 p.m.-3 a.m.Where: 20 Prince St., b/t Mott & Elizabeth Sts.DIG INCaked UpWhat: Forty local designers (Paul Loebach, Silva/Bradshaw, United Bamboo) channel their unique creative visions into confectionary wonders (to be eaten at the end of the night). Why: The evening’s proceeds benefit NYC nonprofit Art Start.When: Tonight, 7 p.m.Where: Murphy and Dine Gallery, 520 W. 27th St., b/t Tenth & Eleventh Aves. Admission is $10.Photo: Courtesy of Dusen Wylie Up to 50% off WilsterComfy eveningwear becomes a reality in Wilster’s jersey dresses with sequins, lace, and sexy drapes. Since they’re up to 50% off on Swirl, you’ll be scheming ways to style them for day, too.