Kilian Kerner’s “pop religion” collection catered to saints and sinners. Floor-length silk dresses with bell sleeves in ivory and a dusky blue were demure and long satin skirts in a bold floral print and baby pink swung sweetly. Clusters of gold beading looked great on a white silk shirtdress, but some pieces suffered from overembellishment. Meanwhile, Madonna (not to mention Jean Paul Gaultier) was overtly referenced in the beaded cone bras that peeked out from under silk shirts, while the unholy Trinity of Saints adorning Kerner’s stained-glass window print featured David Bowie, Justin Bieber and Rihanna. The motif adorned several men’s looks including a sleeveless shirt and tight, matching pants, and it was even visible on a skimpy pair of underwear worn under black mesh shorts — a look only considered Sunday best in Berlin’s most hedonistic nightclubs.