Diane Von Furstenberg's Fall collection was an everygirl palette of pencil-pointed looks: the velvet minidress for the trendy club publicist; the mosaic painted coat for an advertising VP; the hot pink prints for the girls who own hair salons. The clothes were lovely and the audience boldface - Anna, Graydon, Candace Bushnell. But the best part of the Diane Von Furstenberg show wasn't when Carmen Electra crashed into Fabiola Beracasa at the door, when Chanel Iman made M.A.C's John Demsey sit up a little straighter in his seat, or when a young British model asked her friend, "Who is that man? Anna Wintour's bodyguard?" and she meant Andre Leon Talley. The best part was 46 seconds before the lights went down, when Diane herself crept into the wings and surveyed her huge crowd, like a little kid before a school play... if a school play cost $500,000 and had Rachel Zoe writing down every detail.