The shirt was produced in partnership with First Mile, an organization that focuses on sustainability and positive social impact.
The company will grind down the Futurecraft.Loop sneakers to make new shoes once they are ready to be discarded.
Sequential Brands has owned the businesses since 2015 when they were purchased for $353 million.
The panels are expected to provide 60 percent of the facility’s energy.
The brand creates a narrative to build its collection each season.
The $175 million deal includes the Emeril Lagasse brand.
The brand is also closing all its stores and web site on Monday to encourage people to get out and enjoy the outdoors.
The collection is made from recycled plastic bottles.
The collection of footwear includes the brand’s signature Air Force 1 sneaker.
The men’s performance shirt company counts L Catterton as among its investors.