December 08, 2020 1 min read

Young Goat Vanity Fair Image

 

We are very proud to be featured in Vanity Fair’s December edition, the front cover of which features Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the youngest woman to ever serve in the United States Congress, in a discussion about what she aims to achieve in the next four years of her already stellar career. 

Vanity Fair is an American pop culture, fashion and current affairs magazine which has amassed an average monthly readership of around 9 million people. It is a hugely exciting step for us to not only appear in a magazine with such pedigree and rich history, but also one with such an extensive global reach. We are immensely proud of our own international reach, having sold to over 35 different countries spanning 6 different continents but the last thing we want to do is stop there and our appearance in Vanity Fair marks a huge stride in our goal of reaching 50 total countries by February next year. 

Pushing on from this, our aim is to showcase Young Goat in a multitude of other publications so that more and more people can join the herd. This is the first step of many, and we may just have another surprise for you right around the corner…

Where would you like to see us featured next? Let us know in the comments below.

Be your greatest.

 

Young Goat
Young Goat


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Lesley
Lesley

December 10, 2020

Congrats 🎉

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