One would be hard-pressed to find a super-chic trendsetter that wasnt a fan of Inca, the sophisticated luxury swimwear and elegant resort wear collection. Poised to remain among the most sought after lifestyle brand, Inca delivers all of the essentials and timeless style needed to fulfill the ultimate mode de vie. Originally born ten years ago, Inca has developed a complete resort collection including beach and home accessories catering to the needs of todays stylish woman. Now creating their own one-of-a-kind fabrics, Inca invites women to experience a never seen before sense of style. Incas collection of clothing and swimwear is tailored flawlessly to the form of a womans body with opulent details, luxurious fabrics and impeccably intricate embellishments. Stacy Josloff, an accomplished designer, spent over ten years as a high profile sales executive at Ralph Lauren and MaxMara, before heading up the luxury brand Inca. Season after season, beautiful lines of coveted pieces including embroidered tunics, silk dresses, sarongs, beaded bikinis and totes have been created. In the most recent 2010 collection, Josloff surpassed expectations with a contemporary vision not often seen in the luxury swim market, designing and producing resort wear that has a distinct air of elegance. With bold camouflage, zebra and lace prints, Inca is trendy yet chic and wearable. In 2005 Inca added a second line to the roster with the introduction of Incagirl, a whimsical swim and resort line for young fashionistas in training (ages 4-14). Everything about Incagirl emulates what the original adult line conjures special details, vibrant colors, and bohemian sophistication, explains Josloff. Since its launch onto the scene, inca has been featured in major trendsetting magazines including Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, Glamour, Allure, Lucky, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, as well as on national televisions Good Morning America, and The Today Show. inca is the ultimate destination for the luxe resort lifestyle. These intricate pieces appeal to jet setters and moms alike and have a strong following among fashion forward celebrities such as Kelly Ripa, Brooke Shields, Molly Simms, Denise Richards and Swimsuit Supermodel Marissa Miller.