At Mungo we challenge the idea that value is a product of price. And we hope that as people understand where something comes from, and how it’s made, they’ll be encouraged to make more conscious purchasing decisions…
Now the proud cultivators of bountiful backyard gardens, 7 Plettenberg Bay community members recently completed our ‘Feed your family from your garden’ workshop, an initiative of the Mungo CSR, MOVE.
Partnering with local non-profit initiative, the Crags Eco Nappy project, Mungo recently donated enough bamboo fabric to provide 1200 cloth nappies to the new moms of the Covie & Kurland communities in Plettenberg Bay.
Following an audit in Feb 2020, Mungo is now South Africa’s first GOTS-certified weaving mill. Read more about the rigorous controls & checks that took place to acquire the certification.
Pro-organic or organic-shmanic? A opinion piece on organic in light of Mungo’s first-ever organic towel: The Aegean. Designed, woven, made in South Africa.
Since making the Mungo Linen Mask available online, we’ve had a few queries about the choice of fibre. Here’s why we chose 100% linen for our face mask.
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 …
Our head designer, Lenore Schroeder recently fulfilled a longtime dream of owning her own loom. Here’s her story of finding, assembling and weaving on a beautiful old handloom.
In appreciation of those who keep us safe on the beaches, Mungo kitted out the Plettenberg Bay lifeguards with some limited edition red & yellow Itawuli towels.
keeping us safe on the beaches this summer, Mungo kitted out the Plett lifeguards with limited edition red & yellow Itawulis.
Through our Corporate Social Responsibility programme, MOVE, we hold staff development courses & workshops throughout the year. Read more about our recent communications workshop, led by development psychologist Carol Surya.