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Achtland: Achtland’s Oliver Lühr and Thomas Benz found a suitable location for their first runway show: The Kronprinzenpalais, a palace with a seedy East German touch.


Augustin Teboul: Annelie Augustin and Odély Teboul plied what Teboul called the “opulence of early Christianity” into their all-black fashion universe.


Blaenk: Designers Nadine Möllenkamp and Silke Geib spun a white fairy tale for spring.


Dawid Tomaszewski: This season, the designer toned down the glitz with appealing results.


Dietrich Emter: The designer showed a range of finely constructed feminine shapes that were ladylike without being prim.


Franziska Michael: This season’s Premium Young Designers Award winner went for a tennis-themed presentation.


Guido Maria Kretschmer: Kretschmer’s show channeled vintage Parisian chic via Twenties coifs, blood-red lipstick and pearl necklaces.


Hien Le: The designer kept things simple with silhouettes inspired by athletic basics, for men and women.

Holy Ghost: The color-drenched Indian festival Holi served as the spring inspiration for this Munich-based label.


Isabell de Hillerin: For her first runway show, Isabell de Hillerin stepped away from the homespun looks that marked her eponymous label’s debut.


Issever Bahri: Derya Issever and Cimen Bachri, who draw from their Turkish roots each season, showed spring to a remix of the “Star Trek” theme tune.


Ivanman: Looks included a featherweight raincoat in pale khaki worn over an oversized white shirt.


Julian Zigerli: Men’s wear designer Julian Zigerli is known for bucking convention, as with his dank Kreuzberg basement venue.

Kaviar Gauche: Johanna Kühl and Alexandra Fischer-Roehler staged a floral-infested Kaviar Gauche spring collection.

Kilian Kerner: Kerner presented looks ranging from sleek to sporty to glitzy, all of which were worn with color-coordinated running shoes made in conjunction with Nike.

Lala Berlin: Leyla Piedayesh showed a sexy-tough lineup of slim-fit pants, flowing maxiskirts and dresses, leather crop tops and plunging arrow-neck dresses.


Malaikaraiss: Young designer Malaika Raiss picked up on the Berlin season’s Seventies vibe, showing some Lauren Hutton-worthy jumpsuits in solid and printed silks.


Marc Cain: Designer Karin Veit dished up lots of vivid color, shine, summery seaside or Japanese pagoda prints, cheetah spots and winks to Rue Cambon.


Marc Stone: Swiss men’s wear designer Marco Steiner took fossils as the inspiration for a collection that was packed with earthy tones.


Marcel Ostertag: The designer showed oversized tutus and Champagne silk bomber jackets.


Michael Sontag: For spring, the designer added an element of dazzle, embellishing his draped shapes with Swarovski crystals.


Michalsky: The designer closed Berlin Fashion Week, showing both men’s and women’s collections.


Perret Schaad: Designers Johanna Perret and Tutia Schaad staged a guerilla fashion show in the New National Gallery.


Schumacher: The designer is having a blast for spring. Primary colors and Pop Art references made for a fun yet refined array of looks.


Sissi Goetze: The men’s wear designer pumped up the Biggie Smalls soundtrack and sent out a collection with a 1990s hip-hop feel.


Sopopular: At his presentation, men’s wear designer Daniel Blechman said that spring “was inspired both by grunge and also architecture.

Umasan: Anja and Sandra Umann, the twin sisters behind the vegan fashion label, showed a mostly black and white lineup for men and women.

Vladimir Karaleev: The designer’s deliberately haphazard approach took on more polish for his resort capsule for women and men.

Vonschwanenflügelpupke: Making their Berlin Fashion Week debut, scarf savants Eleonore von Schwanenflügel and Stephanie Pupke took on a dollhouse theme.