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      The Se7en — The SE7EN

      MLB All-Star Weekend

      MLB All-Star Weekend

      Regardless of what sport is your favorite; basketball, football, hockey or baseball, they each get their own weekend where their top players come together and compete to see who really is the best of the best. The long weekend of July 13-17th, all eyes were on The National League and the American League as they were to play each other in the 2018 MLB All-Star weekend being held in Washington DC. Leading up to Tuesday’s game, there were five days full of free events. From Fanfest at the Convention center to PlayBall Park outside of the stadium, and the MLB Assembly down at The Wharf,  there was something for everyone to enjoy.

      Whether you wanted to try some food from the hand full of food trucks, hit the bating cages, hit the field, or just grab a drink, Playball Park was the place to be. With Budweiser alongside the local brewery, Devils Backbone was serving up the cold beers. Budweiser served their limited Freedom Reserve with the proceeds going towards getting active military back home for the World Series. For the kids, there were little league games, home run derbies, and even pitches by players from US National Softball team.

       

      Starting bright and early, thousands of runners filled the streets surrounding Nationals Stadium to participate in The Color Run 5K through the streets of DC. As you run by, there are different color stations where volunteers throw as much color as they can, so by the end your once-white shirt is now every shade of every color imaginable giving tie-dye a run for its brand. When the runners crossed the finish line, the fun wasn’t over. Once they received their medal and water, the runners made their way to the main stage where they would dance and just have an all out blast. Every ten minutes or so, the MC would throw out color packets to the crowd and when everyone was ready, the group threw their color packets as high as they could and the sky was filled with what looked like a colorful fireworks display, only surpassed by the Forth of July.

      ART. FASHION. MUSIC. BASEBALL. ASSEMBLED. That’s the slogan for MLB Assembly. This is a new concept and the start of a new direction for the MLB. I couldn’t think of a better setting than the District Wharf Pier, right on the water’s edge of DC. Having brands like Public School, Fear of God, and Billionare Boys Club just to name a few on hand with pop-ups and exclusive drops, it brought those interested in fashion together. The DJ sets and performances were also heavily attended with a great lineup. The roster included Wale, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Block Boy JB, DJ QuickSilva, DJ Money, and DJ Anayzle so you know the party was going to be set off the right way each of the four nights. MLB Commissoner Rob Manfred got a chance to check out MLB Assembly and he was impressed with how well MLB Assembly brought all walks of life to celebrate different cultures coming together under one roof.

      Major League Baseball’s finest came dressed to impress for the MLB All Star Red Carpet Show. One by one, each player made their way down the red carpet starting with the National League followed by the American League. Some of the players took the high route being dressed head to toe in high fashion brands. Where some chose the more causal, laid back look. Once they signed autographs for the fans and did their interviews with the media they made their way to the locker rooms to get ready for the All Star Game. When all was all said and done, The American League took the game for the 6th year in a row in extra innings.

       

      Overall, we had an absolute blast at MLB all-star weekend and cannot wait to do it again next year.  As they continue to expand this event, we look forward to see what new innovations they bring to the table.  From all of us here at Circa 7, we hope you enjoyed these perfect moments.  Til’ next time, Cheers!

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      Adrians MK4

      Adrians MK4

      Throughout life we meet people from all walks of life.  Whether good, bad or indifferent, people are brought together for various reasons.  Sometimes, those reasons become events in time that you begin to embrace as you build a friendship.  Even further down the line, those friends may become your family.  That is the case here with our brother Adrian, who we met six years ago at a car show in Helen, GA. 

      Up until 2015, there was a small VW/Audi enthusiast show, in the small Bavarian town of Helen, GA.  This show brings out thousands of cars and people each year, from all over the country.  The show was so popular that Adrian drives down from Missassugua, Canada, each year.  Helen is a blast during the day, but at night, there’s not much to do other than stand around admiring cars in hotel parking lots, or party with friends.  We chose to party with friends.  

      During this partying we ran into Adrian and began to chat about his passion for cars and his trip down each year.  We clicked instantly and rode the wave of positive vibes.  The biggest kicker of the night was the story he told us about him cleaning his wheels the day before, only to stand up and see a bear walking up the driveway of his rental house.  Adrian is pretty sure he set a world record for running speed when he made a dash for the house, but unfortunately nobody was outside with the radar gun. We exchanged contact info and I told him if he's ever back in the states to hit me up so we could all hang out again.  

      Now ask yourself, how many people have you exchanged info with, then ask yourself out of that number, how many have you actually remained in contact with.  Well wildly enough, four months later I found myself chilling once again with Adrian, but this time down in Ocean City, MD at yet another VW/Audi enthusiast show.  Safe to say this was becoming a regular thing.  The friendship bond had begun to build as we remained in contact frequently, making it a point to meet up at shows.

      Adrian drives a very clean, MK4 Jetta, bagged on Schmidt TH line wheels.  He has always kept it in pristine condition.  Garage kept, and never sees the rain unless caught in it by a drastic weather change, this car is definitely his pride and joy.  Over the years we have made it a point to always cruise at shows, eat at the dopest spots in town, and just enjoy the company of being good friends.  When I venture up to Canada, he makes sure I have nothing to worry about, and always shows me something new.  I have even hung out with a few of his teammates from his Hockey League and learned a few new things about the sport.  Even though I am not the best ie skater, I do pack a pretty viscous knuckle puck.  The Mighty Ducks should have recruited me but I lost out to some guy with the last name Gilmore.  That’s neither here nor there though.  Adrian says if I move to Canada I can play on their team, but I like my balls thawed in the winter, not frozen, as Canada winters are brutal.   

      It’s a running joke and somewhat a fact that Canadians are super nice, but to be honest, I consider the proper term to be genuine.  Oh wait, you guys thought this article was about cars? Sorry if I disappoint, but this here is about a brotherhood built off of the passion we both share for cars.  This here is to show that no matter what you may be into, you can find a friend to share that bond with.  You can make that friend family, and continue to grow throughout life, creating perfect moments that last forever.  Peep the gallery below to enjoy what brought us together as friends, and know that we cherish these moments knowing that we are now family. Adrian is my brother from another, and I wouldn't change that for anyone.   From all of us here at Circa 7, we hope you enjoyed these perfect moments.  Til’ next time, Cheers!

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      Circa 7 Look Book | The Beginning | 07/07/2018

      Circa 7 Look Book | The Beginning | 07/07/2018

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      The first collection from Circa 7.  Featuring a blend of our Basic, Private stock, and Small Batch collections.  Focusing mainly on Mental Health and the fight against the stigma.  The collection also features our basic signature tee, as well as our private stock signature tee (released in small batch). Accessories such as keychains, pins, and sharpies, will also be released to accompany the collection.  Come with us on this journey.  This is the beginning of a great legacy. - Circa 7

      The Collection | The Beginning

      Circa 7 Signature Basic Tee (Black | Soft Cream | Maroon)

      • Released in 3 new colors once a quarter
      • Circa 7 Signature logo on chest
      • Woven Inner Neck Label ft Signature logo
      • Material: 100% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton
      • Size: XS - 2XL

      Circa 7 Signature Private Stock Tee (Black | Soft Cream | Maroon)

      • Small Batch #1  
      • Extremely Limited quantities of 50
      • Released in 3 new colors once a quarter
      • Embroidered Circa 7 Signature logo on chest
      • Woven Inner Neck Label ft Signature logo
      • Material: 100% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton
      • Size: XS - 2XL

      Name Tag Tee (Black | Soft Cream | Maroon)

      "Hello, My Name is... Ask me about my mental health" name tag tee was created to help fight the stigma against mental health.  Each shirt will come with a Circa 7 Signature Sharpie so you can sign your name in the space available.  

      • "Hello, My Name is... Ask me about my mental health" name tag on chest
      • Comes with Circa 7 Signature Sharpie
      • Woven Inner Neck Label ft Signature logo
      • Material: 100% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton
      • Size: XS - 2XL

      The World Needs You - Chest Piece Tee (Black | Soft Cream | Maroon)

      The World Needs Your tee was created to help fight the stigma against mental health. 

      • The World Needs You - It's ok not to be ok" centered on chest
      • Woven Inner Neck Label ft Signature logo
      • Material: 100% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton
      • Size: XS - 2XL

      The World Needs You tee (Black | Soft Cream | Maroon)

      The World Needs Your tee was created to help fight the stigma against mental health. 

      • The World Needs You - It's ok not to be ok" on left chest and back
      • Woven Inner Neck Label ft Signature logo
      • Material: 100% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton
      • Size: XS - 2XL

      The Lookbook | The Beginning

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