When your first fashion show is a smash hit, how do you follow up?

Last season, Satoshi Kondo's first collection for Issey Miyake was a viral sensation. Replete with helicoptering dresses, skateboarders and floating models, it was hard not to see it as a joyful statement of his arrival as the label's new designer, replacing Yoshiyuki Miyamae after an eight-year stint.

When your first fashion show is a smash hit, how do you follow up?
Last season, Satoshi Kondo's first collection for Issey Miyake was a viral sensation. Replete with helicoptering dresses, skateboarders and floating models, it was hard not to see it as a joyful statement of his arrival as the label's new designer, replacing Yoshiyuki Miyamae after an eight-year stint.