Despite critics, including Sarah Michelle Geller, who said they would cancel their Vogue subscriptions after Anna Wintour put Kim Kardashian and Kayne West on the cover, it seems the issue is flying off newsstands.
According to the New York Post, the controversial April issue is set to sell around 400,000 copies. Comparatively, Beyonce's cover sold more than 355,000 copies and Michelle Obama's cover sold nearly 300,000.
A Vogue spokesperson, however, said the magazine 'never comments on sales figures'.
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