They seemed to have it all—glamour, power, wealth, and adoration. Grace Kelly, Coco Chanel, Audrey Hepburn, Indira Ghandi, Madame Chiang Kai-shek…they were worshipped, loved, and sometimes even feared by millions the world over. These were the pioneers who showed that a woman could be the equal of any man. But behind the public success, there was so often private heartache and personal tragedy. This series, featuring archive, interviews, and dramatic re-enactment, reveals the price these extraordinary women paid for their achievements. Yet in the end, they overcame all adversities to emerge as triumphant, inspirational icons of the 20th century.