So that's how to make Anna smile! Wintour grins and even goes without her trademark shades as she poses with Colin Firth 

She's know for hiding behind her helmet hair, dark sunglasses and seemingly permanent scowl.

But it seems that all it takes to make Anna Wintour smile is hunky Colin Firth.

The 65-year-old American Vogue Editor-In-Chief ditched her sunglasses and was caught flashing her pearly whites as she cosied up to the 54-year-old actor at the Kingsman: The Secret Service film premiere in New York.

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So unlike you! Anna Wintour, left, flashed her pearly whites and ditched her sunglasses as she posed with Colin Firth, right, at the Kingsman: The Secret Service film premiere in New York on Monday

So unlike you! Anna Wintour, left, flashed her pearly whites and ditched her sunglasses as she posed with Colin Firth, right, at the Kingsman: The Secret Service film premiere in New York on Monday

And if that wasn't eye-catching enough, the artistic director for Condé Nast had arrived in a bold red and black coat.

Anna's lavish long outwear appeared to be made of black leather and was trimmed with bright red fur.

She seemed to be wearing a matching red and black floral-printed garment beneath her showstopping jacket.

Though she clearly wasn't a creature of comfort Monday evening, Anna did still stick with her typical beauty routine. 

Signature style: The Vogue Editor-In-Chief and artistic director for Condé Nast usually opts for a more subtle expression and hides behind jet black shades

Signature style: The Vogue Editor-In-Chief and artistic director for Condé Nast usually opts for a more subtle expression and hides behind jet black shades

The mother-of-two's fringed bob was styled straight, per usual, and she opted for a somewhat natural palette of make-up.

English actor Colin, 54, looked dapper by her side, sporting a navy suit, white blouse and patterned grey tie, as his hair was combed back.

Colin stars in Kingsman: The Secret Service alongside Mark Strong, Samuel L. Jackson and Michael Caine among many other talents.

The action-packed comedy adventure follows a promising but rough-around-the-edges street kid who gets recruited into a spy organisation's training program.

Seriously funny: Colin Firth plays a Secret Service chief who recruits a rough yet promising street kid (Targon Egerton) into his spy organisation

Seriously funny: Colin Firth plays a Secret Service chief who recruits a rough yet promising street kid (Targon Egerton) into his spy organisation

 

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