Sat. Dec 9th, 2023


Retro Lovely has become a multi-titled publishing house.

Below you can learn about all of our titles. Ready to SUBMIT? Just click any of the graphics and you’ll be connected to the appropriate submission form.

We began work on Retro Lovely in 2009 and our March 2010 launch was groundbreaking. We’ve grown by leaps and bounds over the last four years and are now home to eight primary publications along with several specialty titles. Scroll to learn a bit more about each of our brands. 

When you’re ready simply click the graphic and you’ll be taken to our highly regarded and exclusive submission portal. 

Retro Lovely… Our first publication. It has become nearly synonymous with pinup itself. World known and highly regarded, this title showcases the very best of contemporary pinup photography.

We’ve also destroyed all precedents for Special Themes. Many represent the first of their kind and many have been copied since by other publications. Click the link below to see the 72 we have planned for 2023.

Click this graphic to learn about our 72 special themes for 2023

Retro Lovely. The title that started it all.
Retro Lovely features the highest quality pinup images we can find. Launched in 2010 it quickly became the standard bearer.
This title has a high standard of quality. Fewer than 50% of submissions made to Retro Lovely are accepted for it.

Godiva is one of our newest, and incredibly well received publications devoted to Beauty, Glamour, Boudoir and all things feminine. You may see some sheer and implied nudity in this magazine but it is all extremely tasteful. This title has a high standard of quality. Fewer than 50% of submissions made to Godiva are accepted for it.

Few things we’ve done in the last few years are as exciting for us as this series. Retro Lovely Presents – Model Editions. Since before our first release back in 2010, we’ve always sought ways to work with and do more for the content creators than was the norm. With this series the models we feature keep all the proceeds from sales. Every Red Cent. The models featured in this series have done some amazing things, so much that we interview them for the Retro Lovely Podcast. Click this graphic and listen to a podcast we did with Miss Jenna Purrs, the first model to kick off this very special series.

Showcase is a new title that also features one model exclusively. The models also have the opportunity to earn profits from the sale of these editions much like our Special Model Editions. What’s the difference? Showcase issues are offered to those models we’ve featured 12 or more times who’ve supported us along the way. Click the graphic for more info and to see if you may qualify.

If Retro Lovely had a kid sister, it would be Kat Club. For this title we accept work that’s possibly a bit less polished in execution as what we feature in Retro Lovely but it’s every bit as fun. Sometimes we see terrific work but there’s just a bit more fly away hairs or wrinkled wardrobe, or perhaps blown highlights and lost shadows that would be noticed by imaging professionals yet the models look amazing and would have other models squeal “OMG I LOVE THIS”. As you can see from the cover samples, it’s brilliant on its own.

Cassandra– this is our publication where we feature Boudoir, Fantasy, Fashion and Fine Art model imagery.

Cassandra– this is our publication where we feature Boudoir, Fantasy, Fashion and Fine Art model imagery.

VENUS CULT – this is our publication where we feature Alternative and edgy Fantasy, & Fashion and Fine Art imagery.

Masquerade. Another of our newest works, this is our series devoted to nothing but COSPLAY imagery. It’s already proving to be extremely popular.

They say the meek shall inherit the Earth. For the rest of us there’s Hellfire Club. This is our publication for Fetish, Kink and all the work that is considered edgy and fringe. This title may CONTAIN NUDITY and adult themes but NOT PORNOGRAPHY.

Taboo Edition. The original all nude pinup magazine. This title dates back to 2010 and has become so well known that as new magazines come and go and dip their toes into this theme we often see them call it “Taboo Edition”. Some might say that’s flattering. We should have copyrighted that back in 2010 it seems.