Originally appearing in the magazine's November 2, 2015 issue, the illustration features a nude Trudeau (with a strategically-placed maple leaf) surrounded by various clothing items which he may or may not actually own, including a Gap sweater, H&M Superman boxers and a Canada Goose jacket (different than the version he wore on Halloween). An interactive version was posted on the magazine's website today.
"Drag and drop the items below to play dress-up with Canada's foxy new Prime Minister, who is more than just a great head of hair," the site instructs.
Of course, there are mixed reviews on the Tru-doll on Twitter. While some find humour in the idea, others are offended.
OK, this just seems wrong on so many levels & not just b/c he's PM: https://t.co/E0y0qZmACp— Dawn Severenuk (@DawnSev) November 5, 2015
OH COME ON https://t.co/CFJdKsuHnI— Rebecca Tucker (@RebeccaTee) November 5, 2015
— Carley Fortune (@CarleyFortune) November 5, 2015
The Justin Trudeau Paper Doll is really not helping me stick to my resolution to stop objectifying him:November 5, 2015
Yes, I agree, Justin Trudeau is hot. But turning a world leader into a paper doll? With a strategically placed maple leaf? Not cool, @NYMag— kris fletcher (@krisfletcher) November 3, 2015
We just wish the "clothes" actually fit.
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