Ita Buttrose and Kerry Packer promote the new Cleo magazine
It’s 1972. Skirts are up, pants are down. Girls can have anything. And riding the wave of sexual liberation and feminist freedom is Cleo magazine – fresh, bold and naughty. Two ambitious, young upstarts – Ita Buttrose and Sir Frank Packer’s unregarded second son, Kerry – create their own legends as they fling the modern girl headlong into the passion and politics of this turbulent era.