Much has been said about Helen Gurley Brown's fearless approach to life, but what really set her apart from her industry peers was a simultaneous embrace and resistance to age. No matter what year it was -- 1962, when her best-seller "Sex And The Single Girl" was published, or 2002, the time of the above interview -- you could find Gurley Brown living it up and, well, having a great time. She always wore a miniskirt, she constantly went out and, by all accounts, had the confidence to be filmed working out in a spandex unitard.
Today, we pay tribute to Gurley Brown (who passed away on this day last year) with a very entertaining peek into her 80th year. What's your favorite memory of the incomparable Cosmopolitan editor?