The Inspiration: Helios is the Greek Sun god, whom the Romans called Sol. Most often, people viewed or portrayed Helios as a mighty charioteer, driving his flaming chariot being pulled by gleaming horses from east to west across the sky each day.
Because Helios was in the sky all day looking down on the earth, people assumed he saw and heard everything that went on in our domain; thus, both gods and humans called on him as a witness to various events or oaths sworn.
The Scene: You will be called upon, as the sun god's witness. The god of the sun vintage masquerade are the perfect pair of glasses for keeping the mortals around you in check with your keen observation.
The air of dominance that surround these shades will have you piloting your chariot across the sky in the eyes of your onlookers. Pride, reverence, and fame, all come with this frame.
By the gods, just make sure your admirers can handle the heat.
None of us can look at the sun for more than a few seconds.