Klarna is a payment method which allows you to buy now and pay later and is available at checkout. Once you've placed your order using Klarna, you'll receive an email from them within 2 days with payment instructions, you will also receive your usual Astrid & Miyu confirmation email. You'll then have 30 days to complete the payment online.

"We have selected 6 brilliant brands for our second cohort. Upon completion of the Program, we will award a £3,000 grant each. We are extremely excited to start supporting you!"

Connie Nam, Founder & CEO

Meet the Mentors

Building a commercial brand 

Co-Founder of Ohne

“I head up our product development, marketing and growth; I also head up hiring and team culture. I'm happy to be an open book, to share knowledge and resources whilst providing support for you to thrive.”

Head of Marketing & Ecommerce at A&M

“Being the first employee, I have seen the company grow over the years to form the brand it is today. My current role covers all aspects of marketing and e-commerce... I’m excited to be able to share my experience and knowledge.”

Head of Retail at A&M

“It's my job to drive business growth by implementing the brand vision through the retail divisional strategy, providing inspiring leadership and development opportunities to my team and maintaining strong partnerships across the business."

Building a strong business foundation

Co-Founder of Ohne

"I'm super passionate about increasing female founders receiving funding and I'm committed to dismantling the racial homogeneity of our industry and supporting POC founders to build incredible businesses.”

Head of Marketing & Operations at A&M

"As a true entrepreneur at heart, I have always been passionate about working with start-ups, from setting up my own business to working alongside great founders.”

Head of Finance at A&M

“I provide financial leadership shaping our long-term financial plan. Up until now I’ve been supporting female-identifying people and those of working- class backgrounds. I believe having more diversity in the voices around the table allows for better decisions to be made.”