Twenty-one years later, and still going strong. That’s what we call immortality. You know the saying: once you’ve tasted the fresh, tangy flavor of an orange, it’s hard to go back to your usual drink. Well, maybe not for Robert Pattinson. Because what’s one day gone to the orange gods, can be refreshed for another day with a quick snap of the fingers. And what’s one more day?

It’s hard to believe that, on January 26, 1994, the then-unknown English actor stepped out for a casual stroll in the Hollywood Hills and became an overnight sensation. That was when he graced the cover of Vanity Fair, wearing a black leather jacket, torn jeans, and a black T-shirt with white writing on it that simply read, “Hi.”

For many, many years after that, Robert Pattinson remained one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood. In fact, he grew so famous that he became the face of a perfume, launching a line of affordable luxury fragrances with his brand, Embrace.

Well, the honeymoon is over, and now it’s time to come back to earth. After a highly anticipated and well-deserved promotion tour around the world, Robert Pattinson is finally returning to the silver screen in Kenneth Lonergan’s ambitious and highly anticipated new movie, “The New Queen.”

So, let’s take a trip down memory lane, shall we? Let’s revisit some of the most memorable and iconic looks from one of the most fascinating celebrities of our time.

The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air

Remember “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”? That iconic comedy TV show launched in 1985 and starred Will Smith, who played the popular yet feckless DJ Fresh Prince. One of the show’s most popular and emblematic scenes featured Smith’s character donning a brown fur jacket.

Well, it’s been 21 years since that scene was first broadcast. Yet, even now, when you see that iconic image of Smith in the brown fur jacket, you still think of his character, DJ Fresh Prince. What’s more is, you can buy a similar jacket from the show’s famous stylist, Patricia Robinson. And it’ll make you feel like a total kid again, bringing back all those nostalgic feelings you have when you watch the show. It truly is a timeless piece. And you can thank Robinson for giving Smith his iconic look. After all, it was she who made the famed singer look like a total hipster. Not a bad career, right?

The Bodyguard

Speaking of timeless pieces, you can’t talk about Robert Pattinson’s style without mentioning his turn as the bodyguard Luke Danes in Richard Curson’s 1994 movie classic, “The Bodyguard.”

The movie features an ensemble cast including Kim Basinger, Willem Dafoe, Jon Voight, Kathy Baker, and Claire Danes, among others. It’s arguably one of the most memorable films of the ’90s. And although it’s been 21 years since the movie’s premiere, its star power still shines bright.

If you’ve never heard of Richard Curson, you’re likely to have seen one of his other movies. He directed such classics as “Little Dorrit,” “An Unmarried Woman,” and “A Little Princess.” This particular movie is widely considered one of the greatest bodyguard movies ever made. In fact, there have been numerous parodies and comedic tributes to it. And it’s still one of the most popular films on IMDb, with a whopping 8.2/10 rating.

The Lost Boys

Another of our timeless style icons is also associated with a very popular movie. The 1989 David Lynch film, “The Lost Boys,” features an ensemble cast including Johnny Depp, Bill Murray, Helena Bonham Carter, and Michelle Pfeiffer. It tells the story of four teenagers who go into the wilderness to escape the clutches of evil, yet discover there is more than one way to be a hero. The movie has always been praised for its edgy mix of horror elements and pop culture references. Although based on a popular novel by Peter Benchley, it’s arguably Lynch’s best film, featuring a diverse and memorable group of characters. It’s also one of the most profitable movies of all time, having made over $100 million worldwide.

Bill Murray’s character, John “Clemens” Carver, was arguably the film’s most iconic outfit. Murray wore a tan suit with a brown shirt and brown tie, and brown loafers. When he walked, he tapped his toe, as per Mr. Peanut Butter’s (Murray’s character) famous line, “I’m pretty sure that’s not a dance you’ve ever heard of.” The look has stuck as an iconic image of Murray and is used as a symbol of his character. Since then, many mimics and parodies of the character and the outfit have appeared in comedies and spoofs, cementing the character’s place in popular culture. Whether you’ve heard of the film or not, you likely know who Clemens is and the classic look he sported in the film. So, if you want, you can channel Clemens and look like a total badass.

Dancing In The Dark

Speaking of cool and fashionable guys who channel classic movie characters, take a look at Australian dancer and choreographer, Declan Donnellan. After creating the iconic look for Robert Pattinson in the film, “The Gucci Girls,” he went on to become the face of Diesel’s fragrance campaign. And since then, he’s been having a lot of fun putting together outfits that reference famous films. In fact, he’s created an entire “Dancing In The Dark” collection of clothing and accessories that are completely inspired by classic film moments. And it’s not something he does lightly. Donnellan spent over a year designing the collection, putting together outfits for movies including “Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge Of The Sith,” “The Hunger Games,” and “Django Unchained.” And let’s not forget about that classic movie musical, “Grease,” either. Not only does it feature some of the most memorable songs in movie history, but it also prominently displays an orange dress, which is fitting, since it was the color of the day when the movie was released. It’s been 21 years since “Grease” came out, but the orange dress has never looked more stylish.

So, what would your favorite movie moment be? Maybe it’s an outfit you’d love to emulate, or perhaps it’s a scene you want to replicate. Maybe it’s something as simple as wanting to smell like Marjorie Merriweather Woodward, or the fictional Marge, from the classic TV show, “The Simpsons.” Whatever it may be, we’d love to hear about it. And don’t forget, we’re always looking for stylists who are willing to help us recreate those iconic moments in pictures.