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  • Sunny Daze Inabel Cropped Pinafore I of II
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  • Arya Dias Cropped Pinafore
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  • Blanca Dias Cropped Pinafore
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  • Calla Dias Cropped Pinafore
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  • Perla Dias Cropped Pinafore
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  • Baby Girl Cropped Pinafore
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  • Baby Bell Cropped Pinafore
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Dress better than you feel.

VINTAGE

I like the way new clothes make me look, but I always LOVE the way old clothes made me FEEL. Feel na feel. Here's a small collection of truly vintage, glorious finds I happened upon, likely older than your butt!

Shop na!

REWORKED

From earrings, to scrunchies, to pinafores & more, we remix vintage textiles & spice them up into wearable stories. No two pieces are EXACTLY the same. So I guess they're a lot like you - one of a kind, baby.

Mine pa more!
  • smile magazine for cebu pacific

  • Next door to Pineapple Lab’s gallery is Hollow Block, a retail and artist space that houses Glorious Dias, a line of vintage clothes; and Filipiniana, and an artist-in-residence program which is held, as of this writing, by Leslie Espinosa, a Fil-Am hairstylist from New York who has experience in theater and cosmetology.
  • nolisoli.ph

  • When asked what pieces he is most fond of, he quickly went scrambling to the door leading to the back of Glorious Dias. Boxes upon boxes of inventory occupy the room: accessories, dresses, more barongs. It was only then that I found out that the real treasures of this vintage shop are hidden away in the storage.
  • preview.ph

  • Before the birth of Glorious Dias, he was almost ready to let go of his personal collection of vintage clothing... But how exactly does one get rid of trunks filled with history and memories? So being a fan of thrift shopping himself, he figured he might as well turn them into an experience. He wanted to share to others the joy and thrill he feels whenever he's on the hunt for vintage goods. Thus, Glorious Dias was born—a warm and inviting retail space for vintage shoppers and Filipiniana lovers.
  • abs-cbn

  • Since the end of June, the shop has slowly, successfully migrated to selling online through Instagram and Facebook, following the soft launch of their "alter" account gorgeously named Victorious Secret HQ.
  • gma news

  • Inspired by the Filipino tradition of parol-making that was featured in the animated video, local brand Glorious Dias created a stunning hand-embroidered “barong parol.”
  • nolisoli.ph

  • Since the quarantine, Glorious Dias has been selling off some of its preloved pieces online through Instagram page and a sub-account called @victorioussecrethq (our group publisher Bea Ledesma is one of its avid late-night shoppers). Through IG Story, Aguillon periodically uploads a small selection of dresses, shirts, skirts as well as vintage home decor and books. He’s also been busy making new things out of the deadstock materials he has at his disposal: vintage barongs being one of them.

smile magazine for cebu pacific

Next door to Pineapple Lab’s gallery is Hollow Block, a retail and artist space that houses Glorious Dias, a line of vintage clothes; and Filipiniana, and an artist-in-residence program which is held, as of this writing, by Leslie Espinosa, a Fil-Am hairstylist from New York who has experience in theater and cosmetology. read more

nolisoli.ph

When asked what pieces he is most fond of, he quickly went scrambling to the door leading to the back of Glorious Dias. Boxes upon boxes of inventory occupy the room: accessories, dresses, more barongs. It was only then that I found out that the real treasures of this vintage shop are hidden away in the storage. read more

preview.ph

Before the birth of Glorious Dias, he was almost ready to let go of his personal collection of vintage clothing... But how exactly does one get rid of trunks filled with history and memories? So being a fan of thrift shopping himself, he figured he might as well turn them into an experience. He wanted to share to others the joy and thrill he feels whenever he's on the hunt for vintage goods. Thus, Glorious Dias was born—a warm and inviting retail space for vintage shoppers and Filipiniana lovers. read more

abs-cbn

Since the end of June, the shop has slowly, successfully migrated to selling online through Instagram and Facebook, following the soft launch of their "alter" account gorgeously named Victorious Secret HQ. read more

gma news

Inspired by the Filipino tradition of parol-making that was featured in the animated video, local brand Glorious Dias created a stunning hand-embroidered “barong parol.” read more

nolisoli.ph

Since the quarantine, Glorious Dias has been selling off some of its preloved pieces online through Instagram page and a sub-account called @victorioussecrethq (our group publisher Bea Ledesma is one of its avid late-night shoppers). Through IG Story, Aguillon periodically uploads a small selection of dresses, shirts, skirts as well as vintage home decor and books. He’s also been busy making new things out of the deadstock materials he has at his disposal: vintage barongs being one of them. read more