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Silk Sarees Online Biography

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Melanie has recently launched a new collection under her maiden name, "Melanie Harris" for a younger demographic looking to turn heads in a classic and elegant design. Melanie received numerous requests from retailers and stylists for young couture dresses that are made with impeccable quality and fit. There is a refined elegance, yet hip feel about the Melanie Harris collection that has all of young Hollywood pining for the dresses including Christian Serratos (Twilight) and Jana Kramer (One Tree Hill), Lara Spencer (The Insider), Jill Martin (The Today Show) & a slew of reality stars from The Real Housewives. Her designs have appeared on several commercials, including The Today Show fashion segment that continually runs in the taxicabs of NYC. Most recently, Melanie Harris has designed a collection of Bridal gowns/dresses that have been selected to appear on TLC's Say Yes To The Dress, Brides of Beverly Hills & Randy To The Rescue.
Melanie's philanthropic personality has touched many organizations nationally including the Multiple Sclerosis Organization, Crohn's & Colitis Foundation, Boys and Girls Clubs (being honored as one of the "100 Outstanding Women of Broward County"), Jafco, Kids in Distress, Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital Foundation, Epilepsy Foundation, Pediatric Cancer Foundation and The Kellner Pediatric Liver Disease Foundation. In addition to monetary donations on behalf of Rose Taft/Melanie Harris, dresses are lent for functions or gifted to women in need. Giving back to women is of the utmost importance to Melanie and her team.
The success of Melanie Harris Silverman and her collections have been documented by national and regional news organizations including CNN, The Today Show, Regis & Kelly, Entertainment Tonight, ABC-TV NY, and NBC 6 FL. Placements in Crain's Business Report, Women's Wear Daily, The Ritz-Carlton Magazine, Bride's Magazine, 95 East Magazine, The Sun-Sentinel, City & Shore Magazine, Boca Raton Magazine, Lifestyle Magazine, StyleLine Magazine, Marie Claire, OK! & Life and Style Weekly are just some of the placements you can see the collections in print.
Melanie will continue realizing her dream of designing styles that every woman can enjoy. She will work together with accessories designers like Judith Ripka and shoe designers such as Sergio Rossi to provide women with looks they can achieve at home. Bringing the red carpet to every woman's home is a goal for Melanie. Every woman should feel like a celebrity and Melanie is continuously working to insure that is possible.
A variety of wild silks, produced by caterpillars other than the mulberry silkworm, have been known and used in China, South Asia, and Europe since ancient times. However, the scale of production was always far smaller than that of cultivated silks. There are several reasons for this: firstly, they differ from the domesticated varieties in colour and texture and are therefore less uniform; secondly, cocoons gathered in the wild have usually had the pupa emerge from them before being discovered so the silk thread that makes up the cocoon has been torn into shorter lengths; and thirdly, many wild cocoons are covered in a mineral layer that stymies attempts to reel from them long strands of silk Thus previously the only way to obtain silk suitable for spinning into textiles in areas where commercial silks are not cultivated is by tedious and labor intensive carding.Commercial silks originate from reared silkworm pupae which are bred to produce a white colored silk thread with no mineral on the surface. The pupae are killed by either dipping them in boiling water before the adult moths emerge or by piercing them with a needle. These factors all contribute to the ability of the whole cocoon to be unravelled as one continuous thread, permitting a much stronger cloth to be woven from the silk. Wild silks also tend to be more difficult to dye than silk from the cultivated silkworm.A technique known as demineralizing allows the mineral layer around the cocoon to be removed, leaving only variability in color as a barrier from creating a commercial silk industry based on wild silks in parts of the world where wild silkmoths thrive, such as Africa and South America.Silk, known as "Paat" in Eastern India, Pattu in southern parts of India and Resham in Hindi/Urdu, has a long history in India. Recent archaeological discoveries in Harappa and Chanhu-daro suggest that sericulture, employing wild silk threads from native silkworm species, existed in South Asia during the time of the Indus Valley Civilization, roughly contemporaneous with the earliest known silk use in China. According to an article in Nature by Philip Ball, while there are various evidences for silk production in China back to around 2570 BC, newly discovered silk objects from the Indus valley in eastern Pakistan are believed to date from between 2450 BC and 2000 BC, "making them similarly ancient". Shelagh Vainker, a silk expert at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, sees evidence for silk production in China "significantly earlier" than 2500–2000 BC, however suggests "people of the Indus civilization either harvested silkworm cocoons or traded with people who did, and that they knew a considerable amount about silk." Silk is widely produced today. India is the second largest producer of silk after China. About 97% of the raw silk is produced in the five Indian states of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Jammu and Kashmir. The North Bangalore regions of Muddenahalli and Kanivenarayanapura, the upcoming sites of a $20 million "Silk City" Ramanagara and Mysore contribute to a majority of silk production 
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