A stalwart of the local fashion scene, Mungo & Jemima’s timeless and original approach to fashion has stood the test of time. 12 years and counting!
What began as a specialty retail space in Long Street in 2008, founded by two young creatives, is now one of South Africa’s best-loved local fashion brands, known for its painstakingly curated selection of timeless and original classics. Covid-19 (and the passage of time) has seen M & J pivot into a flourishing online store, with a single brick-and-mortar shop still doing a roaring trade in The Watershed at the V&A Waterfront.
Owned by one of its founders, Marian Park-Ross (whose own range of GOOD clothing is one of the shop’s most popular brands), Mungo & Jemima is a haven for stylistas seeking quality and exclusivity, while also offering local designers a space to display their unique and exceptional ranges.
If you’re looking to build an original wardrobe of beautiful “clothing that has its own voice”, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better outlet than this.
If you prefer browsing in the comfort of your home, no problem. Mungo & Jemima’s online catalogue allows you to build a wardrobe of locally designed clothing and accessories without having to leave home.
Their online store features the full range of dresses, tops, bottoms, tracksuits and swimwear, along with accessories such as masks, jewellery, bags and watches.
And, if you want to find your fashion favourites, you can shop by featured collections, browsing the boutique creations from GOOD, Sitting Pretty, Me & B, Romaria, A Bird Named Frank, Bamboo Revolution, Dor+Kie, Lorne, Matter of Fakt, Nina Bosch and Ora.
Shop the range in-store
In the mood for a social-distancing shop? Mungo & Jemima’s shop in The Watershed at The V&A Waterfront reopens on 3 September 2020. Browse a handpicked selection by GOOD, A Bird Named Frank, Lorne, Matter of Fakt and Ora.
Whether you choose to fill your basket virtually or in-store, Mungo & Jemima is the kind of detail therapy that’ll leave a lasting impression.
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