Vanessa Hudgens studies anarchist feminists for her next role – WWD


It’s normal to discuss radical feminist manifestos and anarchy at a high fashion show where the guests are wearing pretty ball gowns, right?

Vanessa Hudgens thinks so. She attended Carolina Herrera’s Monday morning parade presentation, held at Battery Park, along with Karlie Kloss, Janet Mock, Martha Stewart, Linda Cardellini and Carolina Herrera herself. Hudgens, amid floral prints and neon skirts, wore black in homage to the character she’s working on for an as-yet-unreleased film.

“It’s indie, it’s dark, it’s twisted,” she said. “I go in cycles in my career where I’ll have my dark, twisted, indie moment: when I did ‘Gimme Shelter’, ‘Spring Breakers’ and ‘The Frozen Ground’ all back to back. It was like, ‘I have to come out of this dark void of a lifetime and see the light, and lean into comedies.’ And now I want to improve it a bit again.

For Hudgens, standing out means researching anarchist feminists.

“I read the ‘SCUM Manifesto’ [by Valerie Solanas,]she said, referring to a text published in 1967 which postulates that the world has been ruined by men and that it is the responsibility of women to overthrow society and eliminate the male gender in order to to straighten it. “It’s shocking, sometimes, how she had these extremely strong views and beliefs. But that’s the bible of my character right now.

This is the first show Hudgens has attended this NYFW (how did she manage to stay away?) and her plans for the duration of the festivities are somewhat limited.

“I think I’m going to Vera Wang, and I’ll probably go through Fenty,” she said. “It’s exciting, but it’s a lot, and I tend to be a little introverted – so I like to watch the shows from the comfort of my couch on my computer.”

Immediately after Herrera’s performance, the “High School Musical” actress said she would be retiring to her home.

“I could go get the dry cleaning,” she said.

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