These are the best pictures we received as submissions in 2018 for our monthly #mungotowelstory giveaway.
Just in time for Christmas, Old Nick Village has invited a selection of local brands to be part of a month-long pop up shop in Plettenberg Bay.
We took our Chef’s Aprons for a spin by making this delicious pear, berry and white chocolate cobbler.
A list featuring a few of our much-loved favourites and our product release highlights from the year.
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.
I recently got asked if I’d like to join master weaver Stu for a morning of mussel foraging along Keurbooms coastline in Plettenberg Bay. An irresistible offer, of course.
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!
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.
Pichulik’s Fall/Winter 2017 collection features a unique range of Japanese-inspired garments made from Mungo textiles. It is wonderful to see our fabric transformed and take on a new character.
Ithaca, a small Greek island situated in the turquoise waters of the Ionian Sea, is where celebrated South African photographers Gerda Genis and Robbert Koene have transformed an old ruin into a beautiful stone villa – they brought over Mungo textiles from home to furnish it.