Besides Vogue, he contributed covers to House & Garden magazine (another Condé Nast publication) around the time of the Great War, before moving to Paris. He also painted North African scenes that fail to impress me. You can Google on his name to locate some of these if you are curious.
Woodruff was not a great fashion illustrator, but was good in the context of his times.
A nice composition in synch with the architectural style.
Interesting minimalist concept.
Woodruff's best-known work.
By the 1930s, Deco geometry was out and flowing lines were in.