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Deutsch scoops $100m Revlon media

US cosmetics giant Revlon has handed its $100m (£69.4m) media buying duties to Deutsch New York while splitting its $100m creative account between Deutsch and another New York agency, Kirshenbaum Bond & Partners.

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LONDON (Brand Republic) - US cosmetics giant Revlon has handed its $100m (£69.4m) media buying duties to Deutsch New York while splitting its $100m creative account between Deutsch and another New York agency, Kirshenbaum Bond & Partners.

The media account had been held by KSL Media, New York. The Interpublic Group of Companies-owned Deutsch will handle Revlon’s Almay line, worth an estimated $40m (£27.7m), while Revlon’s eponymous line -- for which Deutsch also competed -- will be handled by Kirshenbaum Bond.

Kirshenbaum Bond was awarded launch work for Revlon’s Skinlights face illuminators in December. In the same month, New York’s Laspata/DeCaro was given Revlon’s Ultima II line of products.

The review process began last November when Revlon dissolved its in-house agency Tarlow Advertising, which had handled all advertising until then.

Last month, agency finalists, including North Carolina shop McKinney & Silver, were briefed on the assignment for both the Revlon and Almay brands.

Revlon has refused to say whether a separate review will be held for the media planning business, which is currently handled in-house.

AAR Partners in New York negotiated the compensation process.



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