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Seed VC | Alive

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$270K | 3 yrs ago

About Tiler

Tiler develops a charging tile with a compatible bicycle kickstand, which will allow e-bikes and other light electric vehicles to charge wirelessly through induction.

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Molengraafsingel 12

Zuid-Holland, 2629,



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Latest Tiler News

How I Shop: Tiler Peck

Apr 22, 2022

How I Shop: Tiler Peck "Fashion people call leotards 'bodysuits,' which cracks me up," says the New York City Ballet principal dancer (and close friend of Mr. Valentino Garavani). Author: Photo: Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images "Fashion people call leotards 'bodysuits,' which cracks me up," says the New York City Ballet principal dancer (and close friend of Mr. Valentino Garavani). We all buy clothes, but no two people shop the same. It can be a social experience, and a deeply personal one; at times, it can be impulsive and entertaining, at others, purpose-driven, a chore. Where do you shop? When do you shop? How do you decide what you need, how much to spend and what's "you"? These are some of the questions we're putting to prominent figures in our column " How I Shop ." "Fashion and ballet actually have a lot of crossover because, well...," says New York City Ballet principal dancer Tiler Peck  — because the children's book author (of the " Katerina Ballerina " series), documentary star and producer (" Ballet Now " on Hulu) and  Jennifer Garner 's favorite dance partner  is an example of that very intersection. After a brief pause, she continues: "I'm lucky enough to be very good friends with Valentino . " (To be clear, she means avid ballet fan  Mr. Valentino Clemente Ludovico Garavani  himself. ) "He's always talking about the movement of the fabric and how it's so amazing to see fashion dresses in movement. A model can walk and move, but to see [fabric] also in fluid movement when you're dancing is a beautiful thing. There really are a lot of similarities there." Adding to her multi-hyphenate status, Peck — who originated the role of Marie in The Kennedy Center's production of "Little Dancer," pirouetted the Kennedy Honors twice (with the Obamas in the audience) and is the first-ever woman to be asked to curate The Music Center's "BalletNow" program — also has a foot, so to speak, in the fashion category, thanks to an ongoing collaboration with Los Angeles-based Stateside  of ballet-inspired athleisure and a self-named line of leotards, dresses and separates with Body Wrappers . But she's not asking her friend Valentino for advice or pointers. "We don't really talk about anything like that," says Peck. "We just have fun and try not to talk too much about work." Tiler Peck wears Tiler Peck x Stateside. Photo: Courtesy of Tiler Peck The two did first meet at a work event in 2012, when Valentino custom-designed the costumes for the annual New York City Ballet gala. Paying homage to George Balanchine, the evening shared three roles amongst eight lead dancers, with Peck as the centerpiece, performing the famed choreographer's "Rubies" in the designer's signature hue. "I got to be the [only] one in red, so I felt like I was standing out, that's for sure," says Peck. "That definitely made me feel confident, empowered and just beautiful." Interestingly, their initial bonding moment involved an instance when fashion and ballet costume did not converge, when she had a lesson to impart to the legendary designer — via a third party messenger, at least: Mr. Valentino was fitting and adjusting delicate straps for another dancer's bodice, while attempting to forgo the compressive, flesh-colored panel that usually provides dancers with coverage and support needed for complex movements on stage; for Peck's sweetheart neckline, he originally imagined it as strapless, but the company's costume team quietly augmented the bodice with illusion panels, per her request. "I just saved that for the costume person to have to tell his people," says Peck, with a little laugh. "I had to have something [supportive] or people are going to get more of a show than they want to. "  But the two clearly hit it off from the first fitting, and fast-forward to 2019, Valentino and Peck walked the Tony Awards red carpet together. The muse wore the retired designer's namesake brand, now designed by Pierpaolo Piccioli and owned by Qatar-based Mayhoola for Investments. (Peck is also also a regular guest on Valentino's yacht, NBD.) These days, Peck has her schedule stacked. She recently shared a bill with Billy Porter at the opening celebration of the Rhimes Performing Arts Center in Los Angeles (named for the " Bridgerton " and " Inventing Anna " producer) and guest-starred in the return of "Josh Groban's Great Big Radio City Show" earlier this month. Still, she gamely discussed walking the red carpet with Valentino, being the best marketing tool for her own balleisure collections and finally shopping at her favorite store after nearly two years with Fashionista — read on for the highlights from that conversation. Scroll to Continue

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Tiler Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Tiler founded?

    Tiler was founded in 2019.

  • Where is Tiler's headquarters?

    Tiler's headquarters is located at Molengraafsingel 12, Zuid-Holland.

  • What is Tiler's latest funding round?

    Tiler's latest funding round is Seed VC.

  • How much did Tiler raise?

    Tiler raised a total of $270K.

  • Who are the investors of Tiler?

    Investors of Tiler include UNIIQ.

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