The winning Kids of Kurland kikoi design has been produced and is now available in stores – the first project of our Mungo MOVE program.
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.
At Mungo, we love dogs. In fact, we love your dog – enough to help you out with this last one and make his doggo dreams come true with the Moholo. Because as far as dog blankets go, this one is pretty damn perfect.
Bright green has become a popular colour in decor and homeware products. Here’s a selection of some of our favourite Mungo products featuring this colourway.
I was a big Mungo fan long before I started working here. It was the Itawuli that first got me. The African Sunset one, to be specific. A student at the time, I had been coveting it for many months before a bout of bronchitis helped me to bring one home.
Linen and cotton are the two natural fibres we at Mungo use the most in our products. They both have long histories of use, are incredibly versatile and have great practical qualities. So how do these two superfabrics measure up against one another?