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LCC (Atelier Lazar Cuckovic)

Dressmaking, tailoring, theatrical costumes
172-174 Rue de Charonne
75011 Paris

In 1965, the Cuckovic family founded a tailoring workshop based on ready-to-wear men's and women's suits. Since 2000, their son Lazar has blended French know-how with innovation and applied them to suits and loose clothes while paying enthusiastic attention to 3D printing technology and a sensitivity to the environment and society.
LCC is one of the last workshops within the city of Paris proper, with 60 employees, working with the big names of the Parisian scene.

In the studio, complex shapes emerge from quality materials, worked by hand.

Interpretation and intuition are essential for translating line, carefully judged volumes and mathematical elegance, all of which give form to a creation.

The formula explores the limits of compatibility between volume and material, with curling ribbon as a plumb line: fabric given form in lively whites more than colours.