Arpeja was a California company popular in the 1960s and 1970s. The owner of the company was Jack Litt. Sue Wong was the chief designer for Young Edwardian between 1972 and 1979. Their lines were all youth oriented, very trendy and affordable.
Their divisions included:
- Young Innocent (1963)
- Young Edwardian (1964- 1994) a junior line that was inspired by the Edwardian craze from Britain, most often very romantic, colorful, and trendy. In 1984 the company became Young Edwardian Corp. and at that time they produced women’s and girls’ sportswear.
- Young Edwardian Private Collection, a Sue Wong junior dress line like Young Edwardian itself.
- Young Victorian (1967)
- Organically Grown (1971), a line of imported knits, including sweaters, tops and dresses. Garments were manufactured in Taiwan and Hong Kong.
- Ms. Arpeja, a junior dresses line.
Notes Courtesy of Robert Stoyko
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