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Fashion stylist and Creative Director Suki Salvador had the privilege of earning his undergraduate degree from New York University—though he was majoring in Biology, with the intention of going on to med school at the time. Via one of his minor art classes, he ended up as a dresser for a YSL fashion show. Showtime came with an inexplicable rush and he was bitten by the bug. Upon returning to Manila, Suki signed on with photographer Raymund Isaac as the operations manager at his Portfolio Studios (2007-2010). He credits those five years on the job as the most enriching in his life.

His career in publishing began in 2007 when he joined Lifestyle Asia, Manual, and Lifestyle Asia Travel magazines as Creative Director. By 2010 he rose to Group Creative Director of Mega Publishing Group and by 2011 he became Executive Creative Director. Currently, he is the AVP for Creatives & Production of One Mega Group and remains as the Creative Director of MEGA and Lifestyle Asia magazines, a position he has held since 2010 and 2007 respectively.

His work has taken him all over the world and he has won two Philippine Quill Awards for his works with Lifestyle Asia.

Suki has been described as the Perfect Middle. A nuanced balance of the dichotomies of the left and right brain, a personality that is quiet yet loud with a penchant for clothes that are currently relevant that also stand the test of time, and a feel for the innovative and nostalgic all in one.