Want a fun and irreverent preview of this year’s fall fashions? Turn to New York Magazine‘s brilliant layout “What Dorothy & Cleopatra & Annie Hall Are Wearing this Fall.” Iconic movie scenes, such as Elizabeth Taylor as Cleopatra and Marilyn Monroe in the “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend” number (Gentlemen Prefer Blondes), are re-imagined and “re-dressed” (with some help from Photoshop) by the likes of Valentino, Prada, Stella McCartney, Dries van Noten, and more. There’s a bit of tongue-in-cheek styling here: Tippie Hedron sports a Moschino sweater and bomber jacket in fun crayon colors as she flees The Birds. Ursula Andress, now somewhat less undressed, is topped with a Louis Vuitton sweater as she emerges from the ocean in Dr. No. The long-sleeve sheath worn by a reclining Liza Minnelli in Cabaret, looks as perfect now as it would have in the movie. Diane Keaton’s menswear look in Annie Hall is updated by Saint Laurent, who also takes a stab at refreshing that holy grail of fashion—Dorothy’s red slippers! (They become ruby boots). My favorite, though, is the last image of Shirley Eaton painted head-to-toe in gold (Goldfinger). Her gilded gams are actually Just Cavalli pants.