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"What does KUZ mean? These are simply the first three letters of my last name, but it was created not for “this-sounds-good” reasons. When I wanted to come up with a  brand name, I wanted it to be meaningful for me as well. Fashion and sewing are the main parts of my everyday life. It all started with my grandmother, who was already familiar with all this, and who invited me to “the journey” with her. And for this, I am thankful to her. She is the one who inspires me. By wishing to honor her, I started to think about what is there that connects us the strongest. After all, I came up with one, the most binding thing - the last name. That is how it became KUZ and, I am proud knowing that it will be there for life as a reminder of why I started my career in fashion."


Kuzmarskyte Rosita

Founder (left)

Evelina Leskauske 

Co-founder (right)

We have assembled a team of experts—a fashion and graphic designers, two pattern makers (one specializes in woven fabric and another one in knitted fabrics), one sample manager and two seamstresses—to cover you on different aspects of the clothing industry. We’re one of the few agencies that can handle a small batch production as well as large-scale manufacturing.

The unique design is the key element to success, but, alongside, there should be a strategy on how to sell it.

After all, we cannot forget that fashion is a business. 



KUZ's vision is to help aspiring entrepreneurs turn their ideas into profitable companies, where human rights and sustainability are not initiatives, but the cause of a well-run business. Our mission is to create an environment where designers can thrive and grow, which will have a positive impact on the industry as a whole.


By sharing our knowledge, experiences and communication skills with our clients we empower them to achieve the highest possible standard of quality. We aim to work with partners & clients who share our values, beliefs & ambitions.


The products we create through ethical and sustainable practices that we implement in product development in order to reduce waste and carbon emissions by taking the following measures. We don’t order more material than we need to make a product, and we develop efficient ways of using fabric so that none is wasted. In addition, we only use certified or deadstock materials.


Our services easily can be tailored to different kind of business models. We are happy to work on permanent projects, as well as temporary ones—for example when a brand wants to develop additional lines.



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