Emmy Award winner Juul Haalmeyer started his career as a costume designer in 1969, working on TV, movies and theatre in Toronto. He is best known for doing costume design on several iterations of SCTV and Canadian cult series CODCO. Haalmeyer also worked as a costume designer for many movies, television shows (name a Canadian show, he probably worked on it), theatre productions, concerts, wardrobes for various artists (including Anne Murray) and specials like Bridge to Silence, All My Sons, Long Day’s Journey into Night, Noddy (Emmy win), the Shining Time Station, Family Specials, Mr. Conductor’s Thomas Tales, Diamonds, Andrea Martin: Together Again.
Homemade Tarts/ Juul Haalmeyer Designs is a treasure trove of vintage finds housed in a heritage building… in the old fashion district of downtown Toronto. Juul has collected thousands of clothes and accessories that span the Mid 18th Century to present day. The heart of the collection are pieces from the 1920’s, 30’s, 40’s, 50’s, 60’s, 70’s & 80’s. The shop is a first stop for designers and stylists looking for unique head to toe outfits for their lead, supporting actors and background players. The shop has been used by the top costume designers in the business.
Recent Film and Television shows that have a touch of Homemade Tarts love include: The Shape Of Water, Fargo Season 2 & 3, Legion Season 1, Frankie Drake, Murdoch Mysteries, The Baroness Von Sketch Show Seasons 2 & 3, American Gods Season 1, The Strain, Schitt’s Creek, The Umbrella Academy, The Cuban, 11.22.63, The Secret Life Of Marilyn Monroe, Anne With An E, The Kennedys: Decline and Fall, Fox’s The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Born To Be Blue (just to name a few).