Designer Nozomi Ishiguro called his Fall/Winter 2012-13 collection “Taboo”. Patterns were combined with a cutting comic mood. The tweed half pants allowed leeway a the fake fur on the back, which looked like a skirt. The encompassed oversized knit fringes, hippie pants were spreaded to the body in a large hem of the pants, and a jacket in knit long haired with impressive sense of volume was reminiscent of the eye-catching 70s. That was the point were the clothes showed the seams, rather than just fall apart and be overlaid with cloth, they were plunged into details, and finished with ladder thread stitching. Knit bolero gave the impression of uneven deformation of wool. The patterns were also incorporated without using a ruler born from free-form curves. “Taboo” theme was an escape thing from a situation, which was reflected in the collection, it also showed the current state of mind of the designer. “There are circumstances that we want to run from to have a life, while feeling the anxiety for many months, important things are in danger every day,” said Nozomi Ishiguro.