I'm currently grappling with pattern drafting once again - I don't know why I do it to myself, but I go ahead and design dresses that I want to make (my sketchbook is filling up!), then have to figure out how to make the pattern. You're going to love the dress once it's done, though that won't be for a few weeks yet it seems, so while I struggle with that I thought I'd post a little vintage pattern inspiration.
The Hollywood pattern company was created in 1932 by Conde Nast. The company had a relatively short production span, running to shortly after World War II. I've barely met a Hollywood pattern I didn't like. This is partly because the brief run means that most of the patterns that turn up now date from my favourite era for fashion, the late 30s to early 40s, but also because they so often incorporate fun details - unusual darting, yokes, tucks and gathers, neckline treatments - which sets them apart.
Click for sources except for the last two, which are in my collection.