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Patriot blues:

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Tommy guns for an All-American image in its spring 2001 campaign, breaking in February magazines. Ads for Tommy Jeans, from Kirshenbaum, Bond & Partners, New York, will break in April books including Seventeen, Spin and Teen People. The campaign is the last work for Tommy Hilfiger Corp. from KB&P since it consolidated its clothing advertising account with Deustch last fall. Art directors/copywriters: Kemper Johnson and Christian Hosford. Ads from Interpublic Group of Cos.' unit Deutsch for the men's and women's clothing line will appear in February as well.
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