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 Joe Eula  (1925 - 2004)

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Lived/Active: New York/Connecticut      Known for: fashion design, illustrator

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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 "The New York Times".

Eula was born in Norwalk, Connecticut, and was raised by his mother who supported her four children by running a grocery store after her husband died when Joe Eula was age two. During World War II, he served in the Italian campaign of the American forces with the 10th Mountain Division and won a Bronze Star. In 1945, he enrolled in the Art Students League in New York and during that student period, began doing magazine illustrations for "Town and Country" magazine and drawings for Saks Fifth Avenue department store. From the 1980s, he spent increasing amounts of time at his home in Dutchess County, New York. From there he designed a line of china that had flowers and animals for Tiffanys that have sold well.

Cathy Horyn, 'Obituary", "The New York Times", October 28, 2004.

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