A Canadian company called InFocus Canada specializes in producing exquisite fashion scarves that feature pictures taken by well-known professional photographers and are made entirely from post-consumer recycled plastic bottles. We collaborate with top photographers from around the world to exhibit their stunning and impactful work through the medium of wearable art because we believe in the ability of an image to inspire action. We support philanthropy and donate 10% of the proceeds from our scarf sales to various foundations and charities. We pledge to use only ethical and sustainable production methods and materials, and we only partner with businesses whose environmental and CSR policies have been independently audited by a third party. We are committed to offering exquisite fashion items because we believe that beauty can inspire and empower those who wear it.
Our Core Values
- Commitment to Excellence
- Honesty and Integrity
- Environmental and Social Consciousness
- Support of Creativity and the Arts
- Community of Trust
- Respect and Inclusivity
- Operate with Heart and Dedication
At InFocus Canada, our goal is to support professional photographers and their work while also supporting significant charities through the lens of sustainable fashion.
We put heart and dedication into everything we do.
Each and every one of our scarves is created in a BSCI (Business Social Compliance Initiative)-certified facility using GRS (Global Recycled Standard)-certified recycled fabric.
The first three collections (2021) included a National Geographic photographer, a Pulitzer Prize winner, an Associate Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers, filmmakers, a Canadian Geographic photographer-in-residence, and, most recently, a group of powerful women photographers who are all changemakers working to make our world a better place — Ami Vitale, Michelle Valberg, and Deanne Fitzpatrick.