Famous 80’s Anime ‘Run Hany’ Collaborates with JW Anderson to Produce Designer Bags for New Season

Run Hany
Run Hany

JW Anderson, a British fashion brand, has released a line of bags inspired by the South Korean anime series “Run Hany.” For the brand’s new season collection, at least three colors appear to have been used: blue, orange, and white.

In an interview with JW Anderson, they stated that there is not much time left until the fall and winter shows in 2022, which suggests that they will be released as fall and winter collections this season, according to K-Odyssey.

‘Run Hany’

The manhwa, which aired from 1985 to 1988, was converted into a 13-episode TV series in 1988.

According to Run Hani, As her father works as an architect in the Middle East, Hani’s father’s new partner Ji-Ae sells her childhood home, claiming it is too huge for her to live alone, and invites her to live together. After her mother’s death, Hani, an outspoken girl who despises Ji-Ae, moves out of her parent’s house and into a rundown one-bedroom flat on the roof of a residential building.

At the end of the series, the plot becomes more around Hani and Ji-Ae’s connection, which is melodramatically connected with female characters. The first half of the series focuses on Hani’s rise as a sprinter.

JW Anderson

Jonathan Anderson founded JW Anderson in 2008. An extensive accessory collection soon gained notice, allowing the fledgling firm to display during London Fashion Week in 2008.

As stated on its website, its distinctive design aesthetic combines male and womenswear components to create thought-provoking shapes. JW Anderson launched a women’s capsule collection in 2010 to capitalize on the label’s cult fanbase.

Now an award-winning multinational brand, JW Anderson. Award winners for Emerging Talent, Ready-to-Wear (2012), New Establishment Award (2013), and Menswear Designer of the Year (2014).

The brand just got a record double award for ‘Menswear Designer of the Year’ and ‘Womenswear Designer of the Year’ at the 2015 British Fashion Awards. The brand was recently named ‘Womenswear Designer of the Year’ at the 2017 British Fashion Awards.

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