Is this the best wardrobe money can buy?

Last updated 13:31 13/03/2013

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Italian fashion maven Anna Dello Russo is one of the most photographed fashionistas in the world - but fame costs.

The editor-at-large and creative consultant for Vogue Japan is famed for wearing a range of weird and wacky clothing creations, and has become somewhat of a street-style star.

Her extensive designer wardrobe is rumoured to cost around NZ$240,000 a month.

Dello Russo's preferred labels include Dolce & Gabbana, Mary Katrantzou and Hedi Slimane's Saint Laurent, and she's never spotted looking less than perfectly preened.

Despite presuming that Dello Russo is gifted her designer attire, the Daily Beast's Greta Larkins has tallied the total cost of the star's wardrobe for a month during Fashion Week season - claiming it costs "somewhere between US$172,779 and US$200,379".

The fashionista's look on the front row at the Marc by Marc Jacobs New York Fashion Week show has been estimated at a total of between NZ$7,500 and NZ$10,300.

Dello Russo donned a green and white chequered dress which she teamed with a Louis Vuitton Spring 2013 ready-to-wear headband, white tights and a white bag.

Do you think she's getting value for money? What would you buy if you had that kind of cash to splash on clothes?

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