Taking it back to the 20th century, “Pin-up” influencers are those who use their platforms to share their sense of style that often mimics models who were informally hung up on the wall. Their modern twist on retro style has left them with many followers and has attracted brands related to the specific social media niche. Follow along as we share the top Pin-up influencers sharing all the retro-vibes throughout the feeds of many.
Top pin-up influencers with glamorous style
Bianca, who goes by “Pinup Pixie” to her 417K Instagram followers, loves Old Hollywood glamour. Whether she’s channeling Marilyn Monroe, lounging in leopard print, or simply showing off her popular colorful photoshoots, Bianca shows her style. Her dramatic transformations, which include wigs, makeup and clothes, can take her from Audrey Hepburn to Pamela Anderson in a matter of hours.
Known to her 56.1k followers as “Pinup Palmer,” Sarah has taken her passion and talent for recreating iconic looks to Instagram. The pin-up creator shares her crafts of putting to life previous characters through retro wigs, powerful expressions and stunning makeup looks.
Ashley’s 680K YouTube subscribers look to her for tips and inspiration on how to be a pin-up. They can watch her tutorials on everything from winged eyeliner and perfect brows to fake Bettie bangs and vintage pin-up makeup. At her fans’ request, she gave a closet tour and she loves to share clothing hauls and shapewear reviews. Her channel is full of iconic vintage looks like this vlog of her recreating a “Golden Girls” look.
Nicole — Miss Lady Lace
As one of the most well-known pin-up creators, Nicole, aka Miss Lady Lace, is known for her talents as a burlesque artist and vintage fashion enthusiast. The Australian pin-up queen shares her iconic looks and popular pin-up glamour podcast for more than 82K followers. From clips of her performing to insights into being a pin-up performer, Nicole shares it all.
Pin-up, Vegas showgirl, model, and TV personality Sabina has amassed 189K followers on Instagram. In addition to having her own calendar, Sabina boasts a skateboard deck and air fresheners with her likeness. If you like her as a pin-up, you’ll love her burlesque show. The popular pin-up creator has her own full line of merchandise and raves about her favorite local tattoo shop throughout her Instagram feed.
Micro-influencer Audrey is a Brisbane-based pin-up model and hobby seamstress. She has appeared in Bombshell Magazine and was crowned Miss Vintage Kiss. Audrey can transform from a playful rockabilly look to Old Hollywood glamour to a 1950s housewife, making her a gem for any photographer. Check out her model challenges, in which she recreates old pin-up drawings — sometimes with a little help from dogs.
Licensed esthetician and cosmetic tattoo artist Cherokee goes by “The Cherry Dollface” to her 189K Instagram followers. The rockabilly pin-up can be found working at car shows in Vegas and has posed for calendars. Her podcast, The Unconventional Gal, inspires other women to find their confidence, be their best version of themselves and find a look that represents their personality.
As a lover of vintage fashion, Steffi takes to TikTok to share her passions for recreating iconic looks from the past. Steffi focuses on bringing Old Hollywood glamour back to life through her 1930s styles she showcases for more than 262.7K followers. Her TikTok is full of everything she would wear on a date back in the ‘30s, old red-carpet styles, 1920s-1950s carnival suit styles and more.
@steffi_kay Outfits from my week at The Magic Castle in Hollywood — let me know your favourite ✨ #1930s #1940s #1950s ♬ If It's the Last Thing I Do - Fletcher Henderson
Greata is known as the “Pin-up doll next door” to more than 115.2K followers. As an influencer focused on sharing her love for pin-up looks, Greata flaunts retro outfits, stylish looks, behind-the-scenes of photoshoots, and even reactions to her unique style.