A traditional fabric with a rich history and exceptional hand feel, silk is a circular textile and made with zero-waste. Produced with domesticated silkworms that feed on the leaves of the mulberry tree, its byproducts are integrated back into local ecosystems. As a natural fabric, silk is long-lasting and also biodegradable, yet generally speaking its production still has a way to go. Typically, there are four qualities of silk available (conventional, peace, organic, and recycled), each with their unique advantages and drawbacks. We are currently investigating a preferred production for our future silk pieces.