The largest-selling young women's magazine in the world, Cosmopolitan is famous for its upbeat style,
focus on the young career woman and candid discussion of contemporary male/female relationships.
Since its founding in 1886 as a magazine for "first-class families,"
Cosmopolitan has been reporting on modern social trends.
In the '60s, under the editorial direction of Helen Gurley Brown, Cosmopolitan
pioneered its then-radical message to women: "Live big, go for it, be the best
you can be in every area of your life." Today, Cosmopolitan is more than just a magazine; it
is a lifestyle, followed avidly by its readers.