Emily Roggenburk Editorial

A celebration of style, camaraderie and hometown pride.

When you hear the word “Cleveland,” what comes to mind? Maybe Lake Erie, the Cleveland Cavaliers or even The Polish Boy (seriously incredible kielbasa piled high with coleslaw, french fries and barbecue sauce). It is also the home of Emily Roggenburk Studios, an apparel company which celebrates hometown pride and “the places that people are most passionate about.”

For this editorial, we set our focus on Cleveland, where the apparel line was founded. Our models, Tori and Jenna, are pictured wearing various designs which pay homage to Cleveland. For designs that celebrate New York, Indiana, Houston, Los Angeles, Columbus, Chicago… (the list does indeed go on), click here to shop the entire collection.

Models: Tori Williams (@toriiwilliamss), Jenna Wiita (@jennanoel_22)
Photographer: Brooke Stiles (@dont.shutter)
Creative Director: Emily Roggenburk (@emilyroggenburk)

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The Land tee, $28
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Livin’ in the Land shirt, $35 / Sunny in Cleveland sweater, $65
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Cleveland Baby tunic, $40
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Cleveland is Home tee, $25

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