Netflix show The Baby-Sitters Club follows the adventures of five middle-schoolers who band together to start a babysitting business. Based on the book series of the same title by Ann Martin, it stars Sophie Grace, Malia Baker, Momona Tamada, Shay Rudolph and Xochitl Gomez as the seventh-grade students. Each of the five friends has her personal style, but fashion-obsessed Claudia Kishi, played by Japanese-Canadian actress Momona, steals the show with the artsy vibe of her outfits, put together by costume designer Cynthia Summers, who found inspiration in 1990s films such as Clueless . Her adventurous style stands out amid the more tween-appropriate get-ups of her fellow babysitters. Claudia’s a true budding fashionista, unafraid to play with fun accessories such as headbands and lemon- or watermelon-shaped earrings, and to go all out with bold looks that include a faux fur leopard-print coat and a chic lace blouse paired with checked trousers. For a very difficult maths exam, Claudia uses fashion as a motivational booster, opting for a black long-sleeved dress with a white Peter Pan collar, paired with cat’s-eye glasses and pearl earrings that wouldn’t look out of place on a Paris or Milan fashion catwalk. While Claudia, who excels at art but is not a model student, ends up flunking the exam, her fabulous and unconventional approach to fashion keeps her – and viewers – inspired, and is a pleasure to watch as the five friends and entrepreneurs build a business and a lifetime worth of memories.