Sunny Hartnet was a fashion model, actress, and casting director. Her real name was Annemarie Margot Elfreda. Sunny Harnett only appeared in only one movie, “Funny Face,” as an ash blonde. Although she was one of the most successful magazine models of the 1950s, she posed many times for Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, and other major fashion publications. She appeared on the covers of Vogue several times. After becoming an assistant to Eileen Ford of Ford Models, she soon quit modeling. In 1987, Sunny suffered severe burns to her body due to a fire at home and died after a few days at 63. We have compiled a gallery of her best fashion styles from the 1950s. Vote your favorites.