The results are in: Maddy Perez is the most stylish character on Euphoria. Now, us fans already knew this, but we now have the data now proves us right.

According to Lyst, Maddy's on-screen style for Euphoria's second season spawned a huge increase in searches for the Maddy Perez starter pack — you know, risqué cutout dresses, Y2K-inspired safety-pin tops, and chic cropped cardigans.

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Marc Jacobs and Miaou especially reaped the benefits of the Maddy effect, receiving lots of love from fans looking to score the looks that Maddy repped on-screen.

Let's be real here: Fans (like myself) are obsessed with the HBO series as a whole, tuning in every Sunday for the drama, not just the 'fits.

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But, my fashion side definitely appreciates costume designer Heidi Bivens' ability to epitomize the personalities of each character through clothing.

It's a a clear knack you can't knock, as seen with her styling for Jonah Hill's Mid90s.

In just this past season of Euphoria, for instance, we see an introverted Lexi Howard wearing a reserved Miu Miu collar dress and Brooks Brothers sweaters, while a sexy Kim Shui cutout top and Maisie Wilen tank top outfits Kat during her self-love journey.

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Characters flaunt looks that include vintage Jean Paul Gaultier and brand-new Jacquemus all the while cheating on their partners or disrespecting their parents.

I mean, if you're going to backstab your friend, you should at least look good, right?

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Not to mention, it's no secret that the die-hardiest Euphoria die-hards rest on TikTok, the source of the second season's Euphoria High memes and widely-viewed #euphoriafashion hashtag.

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Well, there you have it, folks: Maddy is a trendsetter. Really, though, it's just more proof that Euphoria is setting the tone for the fashion industry.

Considering the Euphoria's cast's takeover of the Fall/Winter 2022 fashion shows, its fair to say that Euphoria itself — not just its well-styled stars — has fashion in a chokehold.

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