Treating the Art Books as Canon

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Let's pretend the art books exist in-universe as scrapbooks put together by Mako (since she seems like the one who'd be most likely to take on a project like that). All the illustrations are thus actually photographs or collages the characters have taken/assembled. For this thought-exercise, pick an illustration and come up with an in-universe explanation for it.

I'll start:



This photo was obviously used for the cover of Vogue Japan when Haruka and Michiru publicly came out as a same-sex couple. Other cover stories included A Day in the Life of Princess D, an investigative piece on the mania surrounding the Silver Crystal, and a retrospective on the career of missing idol Pandora.
 

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Aurorae Lunares
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Let's pretend the art books exist in-universe as scrapbooks put together by Mako (since she seems like the one who'd be most likely to take on a project like that). All the illustrations are thus actually photographs or collages the characters have taken/assembled. For this thought-exercise, pick an illustration and come up with an in-universe explanation for it.

I'll start:



This photo was obviously used for the cover of Vogue Japan when Haruka and Michiru publicly came out as a same-sex couple. Other cover stories included A Day in the Life of Princess D, an investigative piece on the mania surrounding the Silver Crystal, and a retrospective on the career of missing idol Pandora.
Was there an interview question about Neptune's rib removal surgery? :P
 
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Hotaru’s 11th birthday

Hotaru goes to have dinner with her father at a French restaurant. Hotaru poses for a photo under a 19th-century Baccarat chandelier at the request of her father. Unfortunately, the happy moment is ruined when Kaolinite arrives and reminds Prof. Tomoe that he must promptly leave for a business meeting. Hotaru orders dessert and walks back home alone.
 
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The 1997 Gucci/Three Lights campaign fiasco

Upon revealing their real identities as girls, the Three Lights were offered a large sum of money to pose for Cosmopolitan wearing Gucci. Taiki hated the collection, though. Taiki posed for the photo wearing a Marc Jacobs for Perry Ellis top with vintage trousers and sandals from the 1960s designed by the Argentinian-Italian artist Giorgio di Sant’ Angelo. By the time that the magazine was out, so was the notorious photo.”Giorgio di Sant’ Angelo studied ceramics with Picasso,” Taiki said to the interviewer. As for the money, Taiki used it to build a shelter to help homeless cats.
 
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