Sylvie Vartan, like Francoise Hardy, was one of the super-cute French chanteuses who hit it big during the swinging sixties with fun pop tunes. She was considered the most "glamorous" of the yé-yé girls, a movement of naive-but-sexy Lolita types who damn well knew how to dress. Her highly-publicized marriage to singer Johnny Hallyday surely would have meant a silly conjugation of names (Johnvie? Sylvnny?) in today's celeb-obsessed world, and it lasted through the majority of her career.