Musicians, actors and comedians alike, these are the top talented women using Instagram to amplify their unique voice, entertain their audience and embody their brand inside and out.
Floating all over the triple j airwaves, singer-songwriter, producer and princess ALLOLA is mesmerising people on and off the ‘gram with her colourful content, aesthetic feed and unique form of electro-pop.
From releasing her first single at 17 to performing at Splendour in the Grass and St Jerome’s Laneway Festival, Tkay is makin’ waves on the radio and the ‘gram with her empowering music and message.
Born in Zambia, raised in Botswana, and now based in Melbourne, Sampa is using her platform to share her fierce, spiritually-minded music and no-holds-barred political outlook.
YouTuber, performer and ultimate curly-girl Jayme Jo is a source of inspiration for her followers utilising her social platforms to uplift women and help her audience embrace their natural beauty.
Leading a busy life as a model, blogger, TV producer and talented musician, Jazz is passionate about using her Instagram platform to encourage her young fans to be real and embrace who they are.
Renowned for her spine-tingling, velvety vocals, Maddy Herbert is the leading lady of Melbourne-based alternative jazz/soul project Velvet Bloom. She is also the co-owner of Flo Creative – a not-for-profit organisation that raises money for charities through music and arts festivals.
Wonderfully witty, honest and much loved co-hosts of Australia’s new fave podcast Shameless, Michelle Andrews and Zara McDonald are the queens of keepin’ it real on the ‘gram!
Performing with the likes of Charli XCX and Nicki Minaj, musician, rapper and fierce fashionista Miss Blanks is absolutely smashing stereotypes and empowering women all across Insta.
Director, filmmaker, YouTuber and social media content strategist Shae-lee Shackleford is a pro at entertaining both on and off the ‘gram, and leading a true Insta moviement.