'Shoot Me' in Magnetica Magazine Shows a Crazy Party Scene

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: May 2, 2010   Updated: Aug 16 2011 • References: magneticamagazine &
Everybody knows that the best parties involve disco balls and debauchery, so 'Shoot Me' in Magnetica magazine clearly has the right idea for this May 2010 editorial. Photographer David Francisco and creative director Bruno Pereira capture models Hella Pebble, Rui Lourenco and David Lourenco in full-on party mode.

Stylist Sofia Pires and makeup artist Anne Sophie continued the party vibe for 'Shoot me' in Magnetica magazine with an aesthetic that is fashionable yet effortless.

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