In honor of Superbowl XLVI (46), between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots, we’re hosting our own battle – it’s an all out fashion war between New York and New England. Yesterday we focused on New England’s style stars including Uma Thurman and Amy Poehler, but today, it’s all about New York. New York is home to some serious star power with killer style. Will the New York A-team be able to take down New England? Let’s have a look at the competition.

Anne Hathaway and Michael Kors Vivian

Brooklyn born Anne Hathaway looks flawless at the “Love & Other Drugs” Opening Night Gala during AFI FEST 2010. Her fitted ivory sheath dress is sexy and sweet, it’s a perfect look from the cut and the color to the lace and the length of the sleeves. She lets the dress shine with simple accessories – a bangle and nude slingbacks, similar to the KORS by Michael Kors Vivian. These great open toed Michael Kors heels are a great choice for spring and summer looks. To top off the look, Anne matches her nails and lipstick and looks super chic – one point for New York!

Lady Gaga and Steve Madden Beautey

New York should get style cred just for having Lady Gaga on the team, but since that wouldn’t be fair, she’ll have to earn her points too. Can she do it? Of course! Here, the Manhattan born and raised star is seen at fuse TV’s “On The Record” at fuse studios in NYC. She rocks a strapless cone dress with an edgy hair style, a blinged out belt/neck piece and not so basic black pumps similar to the Steve Madden Beautey. These stunning Steve Madden platforms scream superstar, just like Lady Gaga – another point for New York!

Christina Aguilera and Marc Jacobs 616193

Singing super star, Christina Aguilera was born in Staten Island, NYC and certainly has a New York style sense. She is spotted here doing some mothers day shopping in acid wash denim and spiked flats, similar to the Marc By Marc Jacobs 616193. Snazzy shoes like Christina’s, and this awesome Marc Jacobs pair, add a little edge to any look. Feminine flats with a fierce vibe make for great style – and that’s the third point for New York. Looks like the score is tied, seems that you’ll need to decide. New England or New York?

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