NEW YORK — It could probably pass as a fancy bandage, but instead the fabric is credited as the hottest-selling classification at Mary Green, the San Francisco-based designer of silk underwear, daywear, sleepwear and at-homewear.

Green, who started her business 25 years ago by importing slippers and socks from Afghanistan with an initial investment of $5,000, now oversees a specialty business for women and men that generates an estimated annual volume of more than $25 million.

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