Cocktail Chic was a French vocal quartet consisting of the sisters Dominique Poulain, Catherine Bonnevay and their cousins Francine Chanterau and Martine Latorre.
The group was founded in the late 1960s. As Les Fléchettes they were engaged as a background choir with Claude François. The band's name plays on the record label Disques at Flèche, in which they released several singles under their band name. With the death of Claude François, the group went out for now.
With the new name Cocktail Chic, the group went into the national decider, won that and was therefore entitled to take as a French representative at the Euro Vision Song Contest 1986 in Oslo. But with the pop song Européennes they reached only the 17th Place.