At first it seemed like a complete impossibility. Had fashion's wild child Betsey Johnson managed to reign in her wacky personality enough to show a subdued collection (by Betsey standards) of muted animal prints Monday night at Lincoln Center? Her first few models to sashay along the catwalk were wearing prints in greys and blacks with Cleopatra wigs on their heads. It did not take long, however, for the cascade of color to begin. Johnson's shows are far more party than runway, and her show quickly became something of an East Village drag spectacular when she strutted out pieces from her new diffusion line called the Pink Patch. Using employees from her stores (mostly dudes in drag), the show may have broken records for most models in a single show. It was hard not to be swept up in good time Betsey's party, and even "Sex in the City" costumer Patricia Field was up and dancing with Johnson by the time the spectacle came crashing to an end.