“Holstein Print” featuring design from 2020-21 AW Collection

Posted : 2020/7/2



Maison MIHARA YASUHIRO 2020-21 Autumn/Winter collection is now available in the stores and online.

Here, We feature  items with our original eye-catching pattern “Holstein Print” !












By the way, do you know the meaning of “Holstein”?

The word “Holstein” doesn’t really sound familiar.

Actually, we also call it in a various ways in our office….pretty confusing.

Cow pattern, or “ushi” pattern (in Japanese) and Holstein print are one and the same.

Holstein are a breed of dairy cattle which are thought to originate from Schleswig-Holstein in Northern Germany.

Holstein cows are characterized by their black & white (sometimes brown) pattern. The black patterns appear to be on top of the white base color but it’s actually the opposite. The white pattern is on top of the black base color.

The Holstein cow is also called “the queen of the milk cow” and the milk from this breed of cow is said to be the best!

Well, that’s all for a little bit of unusual knowledge and here, we introduce the items.

In this collection, the adorable Holstein pattern comes in purple and beige colors, and by using a bold design, it has changed into a unique work full of humor.

Here, we introduce all of the Holstein items.












【Mens’s】Holstein Printed Shirt










【Men’s】Holstein Printed Pants











【Women’s】Holstein Print Docking Shirt









【Women’s】Holstein Print Tack Pants










【Women’s】Holstein Print Skirt




【Unisex】Original Sole Holstein Print Low Cut Sneaker


【Unisex】Original Sole Holstein Print Low Cut Sneaker


【Unisex】Original Sole Holstein Print High Cut Sneaker





Did you find your favorite Holstein item?

If you feel like it’s a bit too much, then we recommend choosing the shoes or bottoms which are surprisingly easy to incorporate into your style.

Mihara staff like to use Holstein pants and skirts in their style.

Some of the items introduced here are not available online so please contact our stores.


Let’s Holstein.