The Inspiration: A glowing light that circles something, like the planet, a moon, or a person's head, is a halo. Painters of religious art often put a halo around the heads of angels and saints.
A halo is a symbol of holiness, represented by a circle or arc of light around the head of a saint or holy person. Any circle of light can be described as a halo, even in a non-religious context; sometimes you'll see a glowing halo of light around the moon, for example.
The word halo also means "glory or majesty," a symbolic halo rather than a physical one. The Greek halos means "ring of light around the sun or moon."
The Scene: This pair of shades gives you two halos, surround your vision, and protecting you from the sun. Your view on things is most certainly glorious your majesty. The light that gleams your crystal frames is nothing short of a reflection of the light that envelops your soul.
These glasses are for the angels and saints amongst us, who are constantly looking on us with a caring affection.
When you wear these sunglasses, your admirers will be looking to you for safety, and comfort.