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INCA Designs, Inc. (IDGI.PK) Reports 591% Year-over-Year Increase in Orders from Retailer Intermix

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2008

INCA Designs, Inc. (IDGI.PK), a boutique design house distributing sophisticated collections of swimwear, resort wear and accessories, recently announced a significant increase over last year’s purchase orders from retailer Intermix. Purchase orders for the current 2008 season have posted a 591% percent increase over the same time period last year. Over the past year, the company has been mentioned in numerous fashion magazines, and its new 2008 swimwear and resort wear lines have been featured in top fashion publications.

The company expects retail orders to continue trending upward as press coverage, including new features in INSTYLE, Gotham, Life & Style, Bridal Guide, and Women’s Wear, continue throughout the year. Additionally, A-list celebrities have also regularly donned the INCA brand, creating a tremendous buzz in the fashion retail community.

INCA Designs seeks to fill a void in the current resort wear market by offering luxury-inspired swimwear, resort wear and accessories at an accessible price point, with a collection that embodies cohesive, sophisticated, yet wearable clothing and accessories for women and girls of all ages and backgrounds. The company recently opened its flagship boutique store in the heart of New York City at 976 Lexington Avenue.

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Inca Designs Inc. (IDGI.PK) Shows Promising Growth During Its Ten Years of Operation

Thursday, April 17th, 2008

Inca Designs Inc. (IDGI), based out of New York, New York, designs, sources and sells high fashion designer swimwear, resort wear and accessories for the wholesale and retail markets. The company goes under the brand names Inca, Incagirl, Incabag and Inca Junior, and markets its apparel through nearly 100 upscale department and specialty stores such as Barneys New York, Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus. Inca’s branded, high quality apparel retails at prices below other designer brands, making it competitive with other contemporary high-fashion brands.

In October 2007, Inca launched a new line of “Inca Junior” children’s apparel for boys consisting of lightweight shirts, tunics, shorts, and lounge pants. Inca Girl is a collection for girls ages 3 to 11. The company also introduced a new line of home accessories, which include luxury silk pillows, embroidered towels, table cloths and other items, and at some time in the future may introduce its own jewelry, footwear, intimate apparel, fashion accessories and furniture lines.

Inca recently opened a flagship store on New York’s Upper East Side and a second store, to be located in Miami’s South Beach area, is expected to open soon. The company also plans to open two more stores in key resort locations this year, as well as in Atlanta, Las Angeles, Dubai, Macau, London, St. Tropez, Hawaii and Mexico. Approximately $500,000 in sales have been booked in early 2008 and the company anticipates reaching the $3M milestone in annualized sales over the next 12 to 18 months.

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Beacon Equity Research Featured Company: Inca Designs, Inc. (IDGI.PK)

Friday, March 28th, 2008

Inca Designs, Inc. (IDGI.PK) is a New York based company that designs, sources, and sells designer swimwear and resort wear under the brand names Inca, Incagirl, Incabad and Inca Junior. Inca’s designs can be found at several upscale department and specialty stores in the U.S., including Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman, and Barneys New York, and throughout the world in such locales as South America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

Inca, which began as a clothing designer, still primarily designs and retails high end swimsuits and accessories at affordable prices. The company has expanded its clothing line to include child and adolescent fashions, and also offers a line of accessories for the home. The children’s line, Inca Junior, was launched in late 2007 and includes lightweight shirts, tunics, shorts, and lounge pants for boys. The Inca Girl line is designed for girls ranging from 3 to 11 years old. The home accessories include silk pillows, embroidered towels, and table cloths. The women’s swimwear and resort wear lines are still the leading sellers.

Reports by NDP Group, a New York research firm, show that two-piece swimsuit sales increased in 2006 by 20.5%, making it a $12.9 billion market. The fashion swimwear market is projected to grow to at least $13.5 billion. Since the Inca brand is considered (and marketed) at the high-end of the fashion market, yet priced below the typical high-end price, Inca is expected to grow in sales and popularity. The Inca brand appeals to a broader demographic due to its fashion status and affordability.

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Inca Designs, Inc. (IDGI.PK) is “One to Watch”

Wednesday, March 19th, 2008

Inca Designs is a boutique design house focused on creating, marketing and distributing a line of swimwear, resort wear, and accessories under the brand names of INCA, INCA Girl, INCA Bag, and INCA Junior. The Company’s unique designs, distinct brand, and premiere product positioning cater to customers seeking a “resort lifestyle experience.”

The Company’s cross-generational collection features beautiful fabrics offered in an array of price points. Inca Designs seeks to fill the demand for luxury-inspired swimwear, resort wear and accessories at an accessible price point. Their collection embodies cohesive, stylish, yet wearable clothing and accessories for women and girls of all ages.

The INCA line has been highlighted in top fashion publications such as Vogue, Elle, InStyle, and Town & Country and Sports Illustrated’s Swimwear Edition. This product line is a favorite among celebrities, including Denise Richards, Kelly Ripa, Carmen Electra, and Jennifer Aniston, and is available at luxury departments and specialty stores.

Inca Designs, Inc. recently announced that it will be hosting a beauty editor’s launch at its flagship store in New York City on March 26, 2008. The company’s store – designed to be a one-stop-shop for women’s and children’s clothing and home décor items – is located in the heart of Manhattan at 976 Lexington Avenue near 70th Street.

“This retail store location gives us a major presence in the fashion capital of the world and more importantly gives us an opportunity to ramp up our revenues going forward,” said Stephanie Hirsch, designer and President of INCA Designs, Inc.

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