Movies have always been an inexhaustible supply of style inspiration that does not only include the fashion trends or costume but each and every frame of the film that gives you visual satisfaction like cinematography, costumes and clothing, memorable depiction of a certain age, dialogue, natural exterior environments and many more. These movies have involved classic suiting, some of it has been contemporary and casual, and some of it has been mad and sci-fi that having charm and character, combining them with the aforementioned aesthetics. Here we have made the list of absolutely gorgeous movies that represent the 21st century.
1. In the Mood For Love (2000)
In the Mood For Love is considered as one of the best stylist films of the 21st century as it is presenting the story with its frames, not with dialogues. It tells the story of a man (played by Tony Leung) and a woman (Maggie Cheung) whose spouses have an affair together and who slowly develop feelings for each other. The dresses play an important role in the film as they indicate the passage of time. As well as it’s the paintings that presented in a frame that constantly change and also present the sign behind it as all the paintings have the hidden message of the life. It’s been referenced by a range of designers, from Latex doyenne Atsuko Kudo to red-carpet favorite Roberto Cavalli and the preppy Tory Burch.
2. Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011)
Crazy, Stupid, Love set in the modern day Los Angeles that follows a recently divorced man who seeks to rediscover his manhood and is taught how to pick up women at bars. It’s a sweet romantic comedy about good-hearted people starring Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore, Emma Stone, Marisa Tomei and Kevin Bacon. Starts from its clothes to hoes everything set a trademark and made some great opportunities for an interesting product placement. Ryan Gosling marked high-end and stylish epitome of big-screen style.
3. The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
Set in a fictional European spa town between the world wars, with Nazis on the march and an elegant way of life under siege, The Grand Budapest Hotel pivots around the character of Monsieur Gustave H (Ralph Fiennes), the hotel concierge who believes that etiquette helps define civilization. The film has presented the titular hotel that we can enjoy without having a strong plot in the movie. Every room of the hotel, every costume, every scene feels like being inside a Marquette or a dollhouse, yet somehow everything seems alive and vivid.
4. Amelie (2001)
Set in an imaginary green-and- orange-hued Paris where a lonely girl seeks love and avenges small injustices. The movie concentrates on Amelie, a sweet and naive Parisian girl, portrayed wonderfully by Audrey Tautou, as she constantly tries to help those around her and “punish” the unjust. It presents plenty of design inspiration with its use of richly saturated colors and vintage-inspired details that inspire to decorate our next dream home. It can be quite difficult to pull off a red bedroom that feels more relaxing than sensual, but “Amélie” pulls it off with aplomb.
5. Blade Runner 2049 (2017)
Blade Runner 2049 is like a film that saw fashion’s future and also lodged in fashion’s creative consciousness. Although the film is about a young blade runner’s discovery of a long-buried secret leads him to track down former blade runner Rick Deckard, who’s been missing for thirty years. It has aged so well that focus on technology and the dystopia themes that chime with fashion’s fascination with newness.
6. Ocean’s Eleven (2001)
Ocean’s Eleven, American comedy heist film that is a remake of the 1960 Rat Pack film of the same name. The movie is presenting its genre in a perfect model, starring by Brad and George. It’s about their talents that planned casino robbery. The movie has iconic shine in the scenes about all character where they were reduced another safe cracking shmoe. It is one of the best starring and included fashion, style and well season serving of popcorn means at all it is good entrainment movie. Ocean’s Eleven famously served up some of the best-dressed criminals around. Brad Pitt’s suits alone would be enough to earn the movie a spot on this list, but he’s far from the only stylish man in the film.
7. Mulholland Drive (2001)
A fever dream of a movie set in Los Angeles; “Mulholland Drive” stars Laura Harring as a young woman who becomes amnesic after a car wreck in the Hollywood hills and Naomi Watts as an aspiring actress who helps her search for clues to her life. It lingers, fascinates and feels like a hypnotic narration of an extended mood opera. The half-pilot, half-feature result, along with Lynch’s characteristic style, has left the general meaning of the film’s events open to interpretation for the fashionables.
8. The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999)
The Talented Mr. Ripley is considered as one of the best movies to watch if you are planning your next vacation as the film if a master class in the vacation theme. Starts from the costumes to each and every frame of the tour set a benchmark. As the story unfolds, we drift from a bustling New York to the idyllic beaches of Mongibello – a fictitious resort, shot on two separate islands off Naples – then on to a majestic Rome, via the sumptuous seaside port of Sanremo, and finally to Venice, complete with the most picturesque palazzos imaginable. The doubleheader of Matt Damon and Jude Law makes for one of the most stylish casts of all time, inspiring wardrobe envy across the world.
9. Midnight In Paris (2011)
Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris is a cinematic tour of a golden age of art and literature. In the 1920s, as the film shows, the first wave of modernist art was giving way to a more political and willfully provocative style. This film is sort of a daydream for American lit majors. And there’s another story involving a journey even further into the past, indicating that nostalgia can change its ingredients at a movable feast. .It is presented exactly how he wants to see the 1920s and it is absolutely charming.
10. Upstream Color (2013)
Upstream Color is an exploration of the textures of consciousness, the light, colors, sounds, images, and ineffable resonances. It’s is about two people whose behaviors are affected by a complex parasite—without knowing it that has a three-stage life cycle in which it passes from humans to pigs to orchids. The is a masterpiece for the art house movies having deep — unintelligible plotting, ponderous pacing, poorly acted characters gazing vacantly into space, meaningless images of wildlife. The soft-palleted cinematography accompanied with a mystical score leaves you with an everlasting feeling of an unparalleled movie-watching experience.