New York Magazine recently created a Justin Trudeau paper doll, which is a quirky way to honor the recently elected Prime Minister of Canada. In a new issue of New York Magazine, a full page was dedicated to this Justin Trudeau paper doll.
The page contained an almost nude Trudeau surrounded by various outfits for readers to cut out and dress the Prime Minister with. Each clothing item was carefully selected and described in the article. For example, there is a pair of Superman underwear from 'H&M' and a 'Burton' beanie to "protect his liberal mane."
The paper doll was created as New York Magazine’s way of welcoming Justin into his new role. The cartoon PM is standing nude with a maple leaf covering his private area, which adds a twist of comical relief to his powerful and pressure-filled job. The playful doll is also available as an interactive online version.
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