Former Editor of Cosmopolitan Magazine, Helen Gurley Brown, dies at 90 Years Old

Helen Gurley Brown, editor in chief of Cosmopolitan magazines’ 64 international editions and one of the world’s most influential editors, died Monday at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center. She was 90-years-old.

Brown had an enormous influence on popular culture and society, which first began with her best-selling book “Sex and the Single Girl” in the early 1960s, and later with her almost forty decade tenure as Editor of Cosmopolitan magazine.

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