There’s a new kid on the block – at 299 South Street to be exact. Born from a need for something a bit different, Shoppe Object is Manhattans new independent home and gift show which debuted in 2018. Under one roof, in Lower East Side, 450 visionary brands and designers from around the world come together for three days …
Meet our latest Kamma Linen bedding colourway – the Verdite. From country chic to coastal dream, this lush new hue is soothing and versatile.
This weekend we will be donating all profits from the sale of every Tamarind Vrou Vrou purchased online to support Cyclone Idai victims. In the aftermath of one of the most devastating natural disasters to hit Southern Africa, our friends at Sussuro have started a crowdfunding campaign to help all those affected.
Fasten on your Man Cloth and prepare your fire. Here’s a recipe for how to braai the perfect mountain trout with some salty sea freshness.
We’ve been busy refurbishing our Mungo store at the lively 44 Stanley in Johannesburg. The custom-designed, modular shelving keeps in line with the industrial feel of the center, whilst perfectly framing our display of fine woven homeware textiles.
In keeping with the celestial theme of the Tawulo, we are welcoming the sunny Soleil, a vibrant new towel that punctuates the muted tones of the range with its bold character. A mix of citronelle, sage, and mustard forms a melange of pattern and texture, tied together with the solidity of a duck egg stripe.
To facilitate more colours and greater volume we’ve moved the production of our striped Kikoi range to our Dornier machines. Welcome the South Kikoi.
You can now share your towel stories with us on Instagram and Facebook with the hashtag #mungotowelstory. The best part is that we are giving away a R600 Mungo voucher every month this year to the most creative, adventurous or enjoyed towel post. Get posting!
Open to the public, the mill showcases a cross-section of weaving production from pre-industrial revolution to present day. At once, it has become our new thriving hub of production, and also the embodiment of our commitment to transparency in what we make and do.
Water saving tips to try at home. Tip #1 – Use flatweave towels instead of traditional terry towels. Their low bulk factor and compact nature makes them ideal for reducing washing loads and saving water.