"Good girls go to heaven. Bad girls go everywhere."
Helen Gurley Brown, the famously forward writer and editor credited with revamping Cosmopolitan magazine, died Monday in New York City at age 90. Fans and celebs—including Lena Dunham, Ann Curry and Mayor Mike Bloomberg, took to Twitter to remember the progressive feminist.
"RIP Helen Gurley Brown, you beautiful enigma. Confused but wholehearted love from mouseburgers & feminists everywhere.," wrote Dunham, the mastermind behind HBO's Girls.
Curry tweeted: "'Beauty can't amuse you, but brainwork..reading, writing, thinking..can.'-Helen Gurley Brown, once editor of Cosmo, has died at 90."
Mayor Bloomberg posted a statement calling Brown "a role model for the millions of women whose private thoughts, wonders and dreams she addressed so brilliantly in print."
"She was a quintessential New Yorker: never afraid to speak her mind and always full of advice," he added. "She pushed boundaries and often broke them, clearing the way for younger women to follow in her path. I was honored to be her friend and know how deeply she cared about the City she called home. We will miss her, but her impact on our culture and society will live on forever."
Cosmopolitan magazine posted on their official Twitter account: " We're very sad to report that legendary Cosmo editor Helen Gurley Brown passed away. She revolutionized the mag & empowered women worldwide."
She will certainly be missed.