A message from Mungo MD, Dax Holding, about the new measures taken, and the shift in focus, since the onset of the global pandemic, Covid-19 – including the launch of 100% linen face masks.
In the lead up to lockdown, we switched off our looms and turned to making face masks. Here are some photos of those last few days.
For over 30 years we’ve been removing the door to our flagship Plett shop, and re-hinging it at the close of day. Yesterday we closed it until we can reopen – alongside our 2 other shops and Mungo Mill in preparation for lockdown. Here’s to keeping hopeful, staying in touch & exploring alternatives.
In light of the Covid19 pandemic, Mungo MD Dax Holding, releases a statement regarding stringent protocols to be immediately effected at the Mungo Mill and shops.
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.
Read about what Mungo got up to in 2019: product launches and our quest to go organic, international trade shows, the our MOVE CSR workshops, #mungotowelstory submissions & more
Each year Mungo invites students from the Crags Primary School in Plettenberg Bay to the Mungo Mill, for a mill tour & textile workshop. Introducing the ‘Mungo Moon’, designed by Alwynia Simon and sold in aid of the Kids of Kurland foundation.