Eula, Joe

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Eula, Joe

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1925-2004

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Fashion illustrator.

Joe Eula was born on Jan. 16, 1925 in Norwalk, Connecticut. After being discharged from the army in 1945, he attended the Arts Student League, and before long, his sketches appeared in Town and Country. Around this time, Eula also began designing for Saks Fifth Ave. In 1970, he became a creative director at Halston. When Halston and four other American designers left to show their collections in Paris (The Battle of Versaille), Eula joined along, creating the backdrops for the American set. In addition to fashion, Eula lent his talent to the other arts, designing album covers, posters, clothes, and even directing a T.V. special for Lauren Bacall. Joe Eula died in New York City in 2004 at the age of 79.

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US.20180702.094

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