About the Brand
Pia Gladys Perey (PGP) is a desired destination for classic and glamorous gowns, with a modern and romantic twist. The versatile, comfortable pieces made of silk jersey, neoprene crepe, velvet, and now mulberry silk, are meticulously cut and hand-draped, with bespoke customizations available. Wrinkle-free and mostly machine washable, PGP celebrates the shape of all women with inclusive sizing from 00-30.
Launched in 2007 at IMG’s Mercedes-Benz Australian Fashion week, PGP has since flourished into an internationally sought-after label.
Whether you’re looking for a black-tie bridesmaid dress, a sophisticated cocktail dress, or a discerning evening gown for the red carpet, PGP dresses are perfect for any stylish occasion. Celebrities have worn PGP dresses to many award shows including the Golden Globes, the Grammys, the Emmys, the American Music Awards, the Cannes Film Festival, and the Critics’ Choice Awards, among others. Angelina Jolie, Gabrielle Union, Demi Lovato, Petra Nemcova, Justina Machado, and HRH Princess Theodora of Greece and Denmark are just a few of the boldface names to have been pictured in the luxe, comfy gowns.
PGP can be found in a variety of stores and boutiques in London, New York, Sydney, Melbourne, Singapore, and the UAE, among many other locales. PGP has also graced the runways of Paris, New York, Miami, Los Angeles, and Australia earning rave reviews.
As a testament to its international appeal, PGP has been featured in Vogue UK, Vogue Italia, Brides, Cosmo Bride, Harper’s Bazaar, Tatler, The Sunday Telegraph, People Asia, Buzzfeed, Fashion 360, W Magazine and more.
About the Designer
Pia Gladys Perey’s inspiration for her eponymous brand comes from the strength of women. Raised by her grandparents in the Philippines, Pia was inspired from a young age watching her grandmother sew dresses and make patterns in the country town of Tagaytay. This early exposure to style ultimately led her to the fashion industry (a degree in Philosophy and Political Science in tow) at age 20.
Before launching PGP, Pia worked as an assistant designer and later a buyer and fashion merchandiser for brands like Levi’s, Speedo, and Kashieca. In 2006, Pia moved to Australia to volunteer at IMG’s Mercedes-Benz Australian Fashion Week—six months later PGP was launched at that very show. Pia has since become an international fixture on the fashion scene, known for her innovative approach to creating sustainable, comfortable, and elegant pieces.
Pia is a mother of four and now based in Los Angeles. She sits on the board of the ASEAN MSME Trade Coalition and the Single Moms Planet.