"It's Sunday," she told StyleList, "and in my life, it means turning away from Cairo and grabbing the first thing. I have no idea what I'm wearing!"
And it wasn't the fashion that drew Sawyer to the Diane von Furstenberg fashion show at Lincoln Center Sunday afternoon, it was her appreciation of von Furstenberg personally.
"I am a Diane human being fan," she said. "I really admire what she does. She doesn't just talk about changing the lives of women, she really acts. I think her enormous compassion is as enormous as her art. I would do anything for her, always."
Also spilling out of the front row were DvF's husband, Barry Diller, Lincoln Center neighbor Renee Fleming, Marisa Berenson and Bravo TV's Andy Cohen. Fergie, who was dressed like a housewife (and not the "Real" kind) and Molly Sims hung out in the Mercedes Benz Star Lounge prior to the show, skipping coffee or water and going straight to the champagne, before they hit their seats.