Helen Dryden (1887-1981) was an American artist who collaborated with Vogue during 13 years (1909-1922). She made fashion illustrations and covers for Vogue but also for Delineator and Studebaker. According to The New York Times, Helen Dryden was the most paid female artist in the 1920s and 1930s. Her drawings were graceful and delicate with an Art Deco style. Complete artist, she began to create objects (plates, lamps…) in 1925.