Paolo Rossello was born in La Spezia and from a young age enjoyed the process of customizing vintage and new clothes. After moving to Florence to study architecture and continuing with his passion of recreating styles, he set up a workshop where he devoted himself full time to this pastime. It was in the 80s that Parosh, which stands for Paolo Rossello Second Hand, launched, inspired by the free-spiritedness and curative style of Cindy Lauper. Featuring military shirts and reworked dresses, as well as separates and shoes with a haute couture feel, Parosh soon became as collectible as it was wearable. Enter this collection of women's Parosh wedges and see what 'souvenirs' you come out with.