APDB Bags and Restoration
We Repair, Restore, Modify and Consign authentic designer bags, shoes, watches and wallets.
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On Sale

Watch out for items on suicide sale! We post items on very low prices every week!

New Arrivals

These are our latest arrivals. Place an order now

Nothing Is Ever Wasted.

Everyone Deserves Real Luxury

APDB (Authentic Premium Designer Brands) started as an authentication and online designer store in 2013. The founder initially offered her own preloved designer bags along with authentication services for other sellers and individuals who would want to buy designer online safely, while she was also blogging on how to identify counterfeit designer items.  With the premium and wide array of choices, it became very popular to Class B and C buyers because of its competitive pricing and free authentication services. It aimed to always offer the lowest price in the market.

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Our Branches


Jeremy Tuico

Unit 15A 15th Floor, JMT Corporate Building Condominium, ADB Avenue, Ortigas Business Center, Pasig City


Mon-Fri 11 AM – 8 PM


Jeremy Tuico

B5 L3 Thursday st Addas 1 Village San Nicolas 2 Bacoor Cavite


Mon-Sat 9AM – 6 PM



Unit 50-F Dona Ignacia Building, #50 Timog Avenue, Quezon City

09923736717 / 09272374955

Tues – Sun 10 AM – 7 PM


Jonathan Viloria

E-Magine Building, MacArthur Highway, Cer-hil Subdivision, Brgy. Quebiawan, San Fernando, Pampanga; (Near Vista Mall/In Front Of BPI Family Bank and Lewana Lodge/Beside JNT)

09925359411 / 09272374955

Tues – Sun 10 Am – 7 PM


Bryan Alipio

Unit 302 Adriatico Executive Cnetre 1920 Adriatico St. Malate Manila

09272374955 / 09502136944

Open Daily Except Wed – 10 Am – 7 PM


Bryan Alipio

2nd floor of Vista Mall Sta—Rosa (beside LBC)

09272374955 / 09502136944

Open Daily Except Wed – 10 Am – 7 PM


From Baduy To Awesome Campaign

From Baduy To Awesome Campaign

Remember those designer “Lola Bags” that were produced in the ’70s and ’80s? The types that are no longer on the stores’ shelves today?

What Our Clients Say

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