The decision comes after Revlon parted ways with Kirshenbaum Bond & Partners, New York, on Wednesday, a move that was first reported by AdAge.com.
Deutsch's win does not include Revlon's Ultima and Streetwear brands, a Revlon spokeswoman said.
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Revlon would not comment on billings. From January to October 2001, the company spent about $80 million on its Revlon and Almay brands, according to Taylor Nelson Sofres' CMR.
In other Revlon news, the company Jan. 14 had announced that former Fairchild Publications executive Rochelle Udell was named executive vice president of creative development and design. Ms. Udell had been president of Fairchild Publications' Internet unit and head of the aborted site WWD.com.