Models Of London: Love Migulko

If I have to tell which colour describes better Love Migulko I’d say red. Red like strawberries, red like her lips. Red like the dress she wore the day we met. This Russian lolita already appeared on important magazines as Numero, Vogue Sposa and Toilet Paper, and she worked for brands like Kusto Barcelona, Oops flore and Miyaki. Once a photographer said to her that thanks to her baby face that mixes elements of the European beauty with traits of the Asian, she will have success. After seeing it, we could not agree more.


Name: Love Migulko / Age: 20 / Birthplace: Russia / Agency: First Models

KALTBLUT: Love, do you like your name?

Love: Yes of course.

KALTBLUT: Does it suit your personality?

Love: I think that it describes me very well. The meaning of this word is hard to explain, and my personality is kinda complex too.

KALTBLUT: What has been the high-light to you career so far?

Love: There are a few things I’m really proud of. My cover for Numero in Thailand, for example, or a beautiful shooting for Vogue Sposa in Italy, but at the top of the list there is my shooting for Toilet Paper Magazine in Milan. It was crazy funny!


KALTBLUT: What did they ask you to do?

Love: It was like a game! They asked me to lay down on a table full of french fries and they said that I could do whatever I wanted.

KALTBLUT: How was it?

Love: Pretty disgusting cause they were very oily but I had lots of fun.

KALTBLUT: So what is your dream booking if not a shooting for McDonald’s?

Love: Well, there are so many opportunities, so many things I’d like to do… Let’s say that I’d like to work at fashion weeks and to appear on the covers of Vogue all over the world!

KALTBLUT: That’s a big goal:

Love: I know, but  what I keep saying to myself is: “Never stop until you get what you want. “. I guess this is the attitude you need to have if you want to be successful, especially in the fashion industry.


KALTBLUT: What item of clothing could you not live without?

Love: Jemsuit, dresses and skirts. I don’t like jeans: I worked for jeans brands but grunge is not my style.

KALTBLUT: I can see you’re a supergirly girl indeed.

Love: Yeah but my favourite music genre is heavy rock that it’s kinda the opposite. I told you I’m complicated!

KALTBLUT: Do you have any tips to keep fit?

Love: I just live on my pocket money (she laughs)! I eat everything, I just don’t like fruit, but I like berries.

KALTBLUT: What do you do to let your hair down?

Love: I like to make some videos.

KALTBLUT: About your life?

Love: No, not about me. It’s difficult for me to talk about me, I’m trying to be more open to people but I tend to keep secrets.

KALTBLUT: Is there anything to hide?

Love: No! It’s just the way I am! But I’m trying, I’m trying..!


KALTBLUT: So what are these videos about?

Love: Sometimes I read poems, but in most of them I talk about philosophical subjects. I’ve studied theology at university and I’m really intrigued by these big questions for humanity.

KALTBLUT: Do you give your answer to them?

Love: No… I don’t think I’m able to. But I like to invite people to think about what could be their own.

KALTBLUT: What’s the best thing about being you?

Love: I like to behave as if I was a child. Not when I work, of course not: I’m very professional. But in my private life I can switch off my adult mind and with some jokes I do, with my funny faces it seems that I’m still a baby.


KALTBLUT: So if you were an animal what would you be?

Love: A dolphin!


Love: I think they’re more clever than people. They have this wisdom of not worrying about future, about death, or at least so it seems to me. They have the same pleasures that people have but without their concerns, so I will not lose anything if I would become a dolphin. Only my legs!

Instagram: love_migu


Team Credit:

Photography: Karl Slater

Styling: Kennedy Silver

Makeup: Jo Coletta Using Skincare and Makeup by Cosmetics à La Carte

Hair Stylist: Niki Black Using Bubble and Bubble.

Talent: Love Migulko represented by First Models

Wardrobe: Jay Briggs

Text: Daniele Pulega