British fashion brand unveils bags inspired by South Korean anime series “Run Hany”

(JW Anderson’s Instagram)

British fashion brand JW Anderson has unveiled new bags inspired by the South Korean anime series “Run Hany”.

The accessories, which appear to be a collaborative project as part of the brand’s new season collection, come in at least three colors – blue, orange and white – according to a recent Instagram post.

In another photo, a bag has a picture of the series main character Hany’s face, along with the JW logo in orange.

“Not long until the show,” the caption read, along with a hashtag referencing the anime.

The show, centered on a teenage girl from Seoul who grows up as a professional runner despite the odds, was one of Korea’s most popular TV anime series in the late 80s. It is based on a series of cartoons published from 1985 to 1987.

JW Anderson is a fashion label founded in 2008 by Jonathan Anderson from Northern Ireland.

(JW Anderson's Instagram)

(JW Anderson’s Instagram)

In January, Spanish luxury brand Loewe made headlines after unveiling its collaboration with “Spirited Away,” the Oscar-winning animated film from Studio Ghibli in Japan.

In the same spirit, Italian luxury fashion house Gucci also collaborated with Disney for its Mickey Mouse collection in 2020.

By Yim Hyun-su ([email protected])