Portrait of Helen Gurley Brown, Editor-in-Chief of Cosmopolitan International Publications, at her home. She holds up embroidered pillows reading "I Love Champagne, Caviar and Cash" and "Good Girls Go to Heaven; Bad Girls Go Everywhere." In 1965, she took the helm of Cosmopolitan magazine and launched a new era of topics for women including excelling at work, splurging on luxuries and beguiling men. She also wrote the book "Sex and the Single Girl" in 1962, a revolutionary counter to the nation's prim and proper 1950's mentality of a woman's role. --- Photo by Neville Elder/Corbis Sygma
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