Quebec AM | Dec 27, 2012 | 17:46

The evolution of fashion and style in Quebec: A conversation with curator Esther Trepanier

Esther Trepanier is a professor of art history at the University of Quebec in Montreal. She curated an exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts this spring in Quebec City called Mode et Apparence dans L'Art Quebecois, 1880-1945. The CBC's Kim Garritty sat down with her to discuss the evolution of fashion and style in Quebec. Here are some excerpts of their conversation.

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