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When you think of Justin Trudeau, you probably see a few things. He’s young, yet eager. He’s a self-proclaimed feminist. That hair. And now the prime minister has a new fan, and that fan isn’t a person: it’s Vogue. The 123-year-old fashion bible is among the most influential in the world – when Anna Wintour decrees that something is in, it’s in. So it seems, then, that Justin Trudeau is quite in.

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The magazine just published a piece titled, “Justin Trudeau Is the New Young Face of Canadian Politics.” In it, the writer describes our Prime Minister thusly: “Strikingly young and wavy-haired, the new prime minister is dashing in his blue suit and jaunty brown shoes–a stylistic riposte to the old world of boringly black-shoed politicians,” he writes. “To his right is Sophie, whom the New York Post, with characteristic elegance, has termed “the hottest First Lady in the world.”

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But it isn’t just his physicality that makes Trudeau an object of affection. It’s how he employs his physicality that can get the world on its knees (in support). “Grégoire-Trudeau tells me that what first struck her about her husband was that ‘he had a really deep gaze,'” the author notes. “And it’s true. Looking directly into your eyes, he does what Bill Clinton is famously able to: makes you feel that you’re the only person in the world and there’s nothing he’d rather do than talk to you. Such a gift is political gold.”

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And his politics, they are gold. He set out for an inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, he withdrew Canadian CF-18 warplanes from the international bombing campaign in Iraq, and with great pleasure, he presented a diverse cabinet that “looks like Canada.”

So, yeah. Vogue gets it right. Again.

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