Tommy Hilfiger Corp. consolidated its clothing advertising account with Deustch, New York, and split with Kirshenbaum Bond & Partners, New York. The company moved approximately $30 million in billings for its children's, jeans, golf and home offerings to Deutsch
, which already handled $50 million in billings for its men's and women's sportswear, eyeglasses, handbags and other accessories. A company spokeswoman said advertising for the designer's fragrance lines have not been assigned. Kirshenbaum just broke new TV ads for Tommy and Tommy Girl fragrances (see Landmarks). Kirshenbaum said that the split was a mutual decision.
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