Berlin Fashion Week Spring 2016 See the latest collections from the season. Berlin Fashion Week Spring 2016 See the latest collections from the season. Nobi Talai RTW Spring 2016 Berlin-based Iranian designer Nobieh Talai brought a graceful purist spirit to her debut Nobi Talai collection of richly draped and wrapped looks. Bianca Fleisch RTW Spring 2016 Bianca Fleisch's no-frills, slightly deconstructed lineup featured blush tones, pieced-together stripes and hand knits. Fyodor Golan RTW Spring 2016 Premium Young Designers Award winners Fyodor Podgorny and Golan Frydman kept things fresh and funky — if not quite wearable — with their neon-hued, digitally distorted spring collection. Michael Sontag RTW Spring 2016 Known as Berlin’s master of simplicity, Michael Sontag showed his signature bias-cut silk dresses and sophisticated separates — while also taking aim at eco-fashion. Marina Hoermanseder RTW Spring 2016 Designing with both leather and technical fabrics, Marina Hoermanseder offered a creatively embellished spring line featuring looks that ranged from extravagant to prim. Dorothee Schumacher RTW Spring 2016 Dorothee Schumacher invited attendees to ground themselves and find a path to beauty — as she showed a collection vibrant with fantasy blooms. One Wolf Men's RTW Spring 2016 For her One Wolf men's wear collection for spring, Latvian designer Agnese Narnicka channeled Pee Wee Herman on a hip hop safari. Malaikaraiss RTW Spring 2016 Designer Malaika Raiss used handkerchief hems, transparent bands and frothy silk to give her spring Malaikaraiss collection a vibe that was both girly and edgy. Lala Berlin RTW Spring 2016 Crop tops, graphic prints and frayed hemlines on the label's signature knitwear gave Lala Berlin a relaxed, youthful and vibrant feel for spring. Steinrohner RTW Spring 2016 Berlin designers Inna Stein and Caroline Rohner dived into an underwater world of tentacled jellyfish, waves and other deep-sea wonders for spring. Perret Schaad RTW Spring 2016 Johanna Perret and Tutia Schaad once again underscored the interplay of their clothes and architecture as well as their affinity for offbeat color compositions. Augustin Teboul RTW Spring 2016 Annelie Augustin and Odély Teboul used bird and bloom embroideries, ruffles and guipure lace in their darkly glamorous spring lineup. William Fan RTW Spring 2016 Chinese-German designer William Fan stylistically deconstructed Hong Kong in a spring collection that was loosely tailored and edgy. Bobby Kolade RTW Spring 2016 Inspired by photos of Egungun masqueraders, Bobby Kolade offered a free-wheeling mix of tailored precision, bravado and multicultural references in his spring collection. Guido Maria Kretschmer RTW Spring 2016 Guido Maria Kretschmer, a German designer and TV host known for his decadent red carpet gowns, added men's wear to his collection for spring. Esther Perbandt RTW Spring 2016 Known for her deconstructed, all-black, avant-garde — and often gender-bending — looks, Esther Perbandt added a touch of white and graphic stripes to her spring collection. Kilian Kerner RTW Spring 2016 Interpreting desert rock formations into a bold prismatic patchwork fabric, Kilian Kerner mixed textural contrasts in both his women's and men's offerings for spring. Julian Zigerli Men's RTW Spring 2016 Calling his collection White Rabbit and showing it in a local Berlin park, Zigerli took a fun yet more subtle approach to his usual sporty zaniness. Sadak Men's RTW Spring 2016 Channeling a blend of Islamic cultures, digital media and hip hop attitude, Sadak men's wear designer Saša Kovačević sent a pastel mirage of capes, one-armed blazers and backless burqas down the runway. Hien Le RTW Spring 2016 Hien Le took his minimalist aesthetic courtside, channeling the colors and smart elegance of the game of tennis into a sporty chic spring collection. Franziska Michael RTW Spring 2016 Franziska Michael's spring collection, inspired by Nineties techno movies, continued the young designer's foray into flamboyant clubbing gear. Whitetail RTW Spring 2016 For her sophomore effort, Estonian-born, Finland-based Margit Peura showed a Whitetail capsule collection that played with layers, folds and uneven structures. Marc Cain RTW Spring 2016 Marc Cain design director Karin Veit kept the Seventies zeitgeist going for spring with billowy, embroidered, festival-ready fashion. Lena Hoschek RTW Spring 2016 Lena Hoschek loosened up her corsetry aesthetic for spring with the addition of flowing one-shouldered dresses and roomy blossom-patterned smocks. Brachmann Men's RTW Spring 2016 Jennifer Brachmann added unexpected volume to her spring men's wear collection. Sopopular Men's RTW Spring 2016 Sopopular designer Daniel Blechman looked East for inspiration this season, lightening his typically dark street aesthetic with white and olive hues as well as feathers and dangling threads. Ivanman Men's RTW Spring 2016 Ivanman designer Ivan Mandzukic took his bright palette even bolder for spring, layering colorful shirts and fisherman knit tanks over sober cigarette pants.