Your best bet is to search orders one by one, according to your interests. Each website has a list of ‘links’ to the sites which include most branches of their particular order, so you can start from there.
None of the cloisterite orders exist at this time, to my knowledge.
The consecrated-life.org website has not been updated for some time, and does not appear to be active.
Some sites which have their own lists of orders have a particular agenda–many appear to favor orders which wear habits; if you are interested only in these, you can go there. If you have no preference, you would be better off doing your own searches. Habits are in ‘fashion’ now, especially with the young, and habited orders are receiving more inquiries and youthful candidates. Orders which don’t wear habits, which include branches of the largest orders, such as the Benedictines, Dominicans and Franciscans, aren’t receiving as many inquiries from the young, but are attracting older, well-educated candidates. A lot of them are accepting older applicants, into their 50’s, anyway.
Regarding the command of JPII re habits, it is my understanding (I haven’t read the Latin) that he ordered religious wear a simple, becoming, identifiable garb that was easy to maintain (in accord with vow of poverty). He didn’t mention the hem length, a veil, guimpe, wimple starch or a 15 decade rosary.