By  on May 24, 2013

When Julia Goldin arrived at Revlon from Coca-Cola three years ago, she found inspiration for the brand’s future in its past.

“I dug through everything that Charles Revson did,” Goldin, Revlon’s global chief marketing officer, told attendees. What she found is that Revson, Revlon’s founder, had a provocative point of view that could be applied today to create noise in the beauty industry.

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