(1925 - 2004)
Joe Eula was active/lived in New York, Connecticut. Joe Eula is known for fashion design, illustrator.
Biography Joe Eula
A fashion designer who "caught the riotous curves of fashion from Dior's New Look in the 1940s", Joe Eula did illustrations from the 1950s that accompanied the fashion columns in "The New York Herald Tribune" of Eugenia Sheppard. His illustrations "were distinguished by a light, brisk hand and an unstudied sense of female movement".
He did album cover and poster designs for performers including Liza Minnelli, Bette Midler and the Supremes. In addition he was a costume designer with George Balanchine and for Jerome Robbins including his "Goldberg Variations". Eula was also a creative director for the fashion designer Halston. He was associated for many years with the Italian "Harper's Bazaar" and also did sketches that appeared in "Th
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