For a start, a nice summary in the NY Times.
The UK's Telegraph has a somewhat different take on it, worth a good browse if only for the link to other shows (Milano, London, Paris).
I only had time to glance at the Chado Ralph Rucci show on Style.com, one of my go-to ideas places.
First I love the predominantly black & yellow colour scheme in the introduction:
Unlike some designers' whimsies, many of these outfits are eminently doable and easily wearable:
Early fall? How about a warm day in November, with a natural black and grey backdrop to this uber-soft yellow coat:
Two variations on a theme, with highlight slashes; love the shape of the black& purple jacket's sleeve:
A little peekaboo skirt for an evening out: yes, I'd dare, but it's not workwear:
Be still my heart! I love the shape and simplicity of this outfit, and the barely-there sandals:
And in the finale, this, IMO, is his best evening gown in this show. I ask you, how adorable is that pink silk slip peeking out from beneath a very grown-up BW column number? Note to self: real grown-ups would make that silk scarlet. Easily done.
Bravo, CRR! A great selection of fun stuff (I omitted the peekaboo jackets & dresses, but I like them too).