Discussing the historic Willow Weave design with the Master Weaver himself, Stuart Holding.
Inspired by the colours of the Garden Route’s rugged coastline, Mungo’s designer Lenore Schroeder has introduced a new colourway to our best-selling Vrou Vrou blanket range: meet the Cypress.
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.
Mungo has been looking for GOTS-certified organic cotton for some time. This is the story of our search for organic cotton in Turkey.
Winter is here. While we might not have the white winters of the North here in South Africa it’s still certainly cold enough to get snuggling. Throw on a Mungo layer and get cosy. Here’s a look at some of our Mungo favourites
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.
Our new improved Belgian Waffle towel is wider, longer and fuller and now also sports a luscious eyelash fringe on all four sides.
The difference between cotton and linen may be slight to most, but it is interesting to know how and why these fibers are used in the way they are. Linen is one of the oldest recognized fibers around and dates back thousands of years. There have been records of linen that are over 4000 years …