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The Luxury Lifestyle List: Emanuela Boisbouvier, emerging Costa Rican actress

By LLM Reporters  |  June 12, 2020
Emanuela Boisbouvier

We caught up with Emanuela Boisbouvier, an emerging Costa Rican actress who resides in Monaco and Los Angeles.

My car of choice

It would be a red Mini Cooper convertible. I love convertibles so much I feel like it makes such a difference, and makes it feel like it’s always summer!

My favourite holiday destination

Tulum or St Barths. Definitely somewhere with beautiful beaches, a great place to relax and also have fun.

My gadget I can’t live without

My film camera. I started learning how to shoot on film last year and have been obsessed ever since. I take it with me on all my trips and I love rediscovering the pictures once they are developed months later.

Emanuela Boisbouvier

My go to fashion brand

& Other Stories – I love their style and cannot go into their store and come out empty handed. I always fall for at least one thing. They also have a wonderful beauty section with great products, I would certainly recommend.

My airline of choice

British Airways – mainly because it was the one I was used to flying with since I was a kid, so the one I tend to travel with still.

My favourite watch brand

I like the Casio vintage watches a lot. Not a big fan of designer watches for my age – I am not in a rush to own those.

Emanuela Boisbouvier

My favourite restaurant

My grandmother’s restaurant back home called Il Gran Caffé in Beaulieu-sur-Mer. Best Italian food in the world in my opinion.

My guilty pleasure

Kinder Buenos. I used to buy them after school every day as a kid and still, today when I walk past them in the grocery store, I always stop and buy a couple.

My favourite way to give back

I try to give back by just being there for people around me and helping in any way I can. I also teach improv classes to kids with mental health issues and that is definitely something I have loved doing to help out the community.

All images used in this article credit: Cesar Uribe