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MIA GOTH IN LONDON, JUNE 2015. STYLING: ANDERS SØLVSTEN THOMSEN. DRESS: MOLLY GODDARD. HAIR: TEIJI UTSUMI FOR D+V MANAGEMENT. MAKEUP: POLLY OSMOND FOR PREMIER HAIR AND MAKEUP. RETOUCHING: IMPACT DIGITAL.

Take one role in a racy Lars von Trier film (Nymphomaniac), one recently banned ad campaign (Miu Miu), and one frenzy-rousing long-term boyfriend (Shia LaBeouf), and you have what the media might call a risqué new face. But 22-year-old actress Mia Goth doesn’t bask in sensationalism. “A lot of people get pigeonholed because it makes it easier to understand them—or assume you understand them,” says the half-Brazilian, half-Canadian Brit over coffee in East London. “I think the way you break away from that is by constantly doing different jobs.”

In that spirit, Goth will appear this month in the drama Everest, alongside Jake Gyllenhaal, Robin Wright, and Josh Brolin. Based on a climbing expedition in 1996 that killed eight people, the sweeping adventure sees Goth play Meg, a 15-year-old who is transformed by her father’s attempt to survive a Mount Everest expedition. “What I found really great is being able to play such an arc,” says Goth. “Going from a relatively naive girl from a perfect American upbringing to a much more somber young woman. She grows through her father’s experience.” Filming most of her scenes with the laser-sharp Wright, Goth often had to remind herself she was on set and not an audience member. But the young actress came prepared, having written an exhaustive diary for her character. “I wrote about her school friends and crushes-I really entered the mind-set.”

Next year Goth will appear in The Ring director Gore Verbinski’s second horror film, A Cure for Wellness. In the meantime, she’s holding out for the kinds of nuanced characters she imagined playing the first day she stepped on a film set in Brazil, where her grandmother was an actress. “You have to be fierce as an actor,” Goth says. “It’s not the actor’s job to be interesting; that’s the script’s job. It’s our job to be truthful and brave.”

When not auditioning or fronting campaigns for Miuccia Prada (“Meeting Miuccia is like meeting the queen”), Goth loves gardening and reading at her home in Los Angeles, just over the hill from Hollywood. Before setting off, she quotes Oscar Wilde: “I read a quote of his recently that said, ‘Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth.’ I’m just looking for great masks.”

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When Mia Goth auditioned for Lars von Trier’s films Nymphomaniac Volume I and II, she knew she would have to read in the nude for the director. “I was fine with that,” said Goth, who lives in Los Angeles (she’s the girlfriend of the tabloid darling Shia LaBeouf) and will appear in this year’s climbing epic Everest (out in September). “I did a little boogie around the room to give the nudity some character. For that role, I would have done anything. And my desire must have been clear, because I got the part!” Born in London and raised by her mother in Brazil, Goth, 21, is one of the current faces of Miu Miu and has the beauty of an enchanting alien child. For years, however, her style heroine was the retro-punky Amy Winehouse. “At 14, I was beehived out,” Goth confessed. “I’m glad there are no pictures!” Lately, Goth resists being pegged to a particular style. “I want to seem completely bare. Especially when I’m reading for a role. I want to reveal myself in the audition room. That’s where I’m happiest. I love the competition. Auditioning is like boxing: It keeps me hungry and intense, whether I get the part or not.”

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We have added x photos of Mia for LOVE magazine FW 2015 to the gallery …

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Most magazines rely on celebrities to create buzz, but Vogue Italia prefers top models to tabloid names. Steven Meisel has shot only a few actresses for the magazine’s cover, and those chosen are more likely to be seen in independent films than on gossip sites. The latest beauty to grace the front page is actress Mia Goth, who covers the March issue in a moody shot and poses as part of a portfolio of talents from creative fields. Stylists, actors, directors, artists, and writers are photographed alongside models like Gigi Hadid and Freja Beha Erichsen for the feature titled “Alchemy.” With everyone from Joel Schumacher to Zachary Quinto coming together for the shoot, the on-set vibe was unique and collaborative. “It was wonderful,” says Goth. “Everybody was so in tune to one another, all working together toward creating the best work possible. It felt like one big family. I felt so blessed to be in the company of such talented people.”

As one of the stars of Lars von Trier’s Nymphomaniac: Volume II and the upcoming film Everest, where she acts opposite Keira Knightley and Jake Gyllenhaal, Goth is a talent to watch. Though she’s still a Hollywood newcomer, she is no stranger to fashion. Signed with Storm Models, Goth got her first taste of the industry after Meisel shot her for Miu Miu’s Spring 2015 campaign. Working with Meisel left a lasting impression on her. “When you’re being shot by Steven, everything feels elevated but true. He has a great eye for atmosphere, great at communicating ideas, and he’s interested in character. It doesn’t feel like working with a photographer, it feels like working with a director. He can convey an entire story in one image. It takes a certain confidence to let your subjects be free, and when I’m on his set, I’m truly liberated.”

That sense of liberation allowed Goth to bring a bit of playfulness to her on-set performance. “I think there’s an element of acting in everything that we do, and definitely on this shoot. There was a beginning, middle, and an end. All of my movements were motivated by a need, be it survival, lust, desire, etc. It’s never ‘stand there and do this.’ We dance together. I think Steven has an actor’s sensitivity. He feels his photo shoots. I think there’s a little bit of Steven in every shot he takes, and in that way, much like Lars, his subjects become him. As an actress on a Steven Meisel shoot, your experience can only be that of wish fulfillment.”

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Mia was featured in the September Issue of Vogue Magazine within the The Designer of Modern Life feature on Nicolas Ghesquiere. Photograph by Anton Corbijn, Styling by Grace Coddington. We have added a HQ scan to the image gallery …