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J. C. Leyendecker, Advertisement for Kuppenheimer, Chicago, 1920s. Courtesy The Advertising Archives.
A crisp, double-breasted, wool overcoat worn with a pale homburg hat and walking cane epitomize the dapper man about town.
Helen Dryden, Original illustration for cover of American Vogue, 1922. Pen and watercolour. Courtesy The Zahm Collection, Germany.
Dryden was one of the main contributors to American Vogue from 1910 until the early 1930s. She also illustrated for some of Nast's other titles, including Vanity Fair and House and Garden.
Helen Dryden, Original illustration for cover of American Vogue, January 1922. Pen and watercolour. Courtesy The Zahm Collection, Germany.
Dryden's essentially romantic style produced some of the most appealing, yet fantastical, images on Vogue covers, frequently depicting imagined rather than realistic representations of dress.
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