The Fantastic Malta Vol.1

Hey guys, its been so long since i wrote something. I have been travelling a lot and having some other stuff. So sorry for that, but i’m here now and everything is back to what they were ;)

My purpose of travelling to Malta was : 1. celebrate my 20th birthday; 2.visit my best friend 3. have some fun and relax from studies and work!(of course)

I was amazed by the wonderful nature of Malta. Trees, water, plants…they were all so exotic and real. And of course the people, it was not so hard to communicate with the local people – basically everyone knew English language.


malta1…April 6-10, those four days were just incredible. We were eating the best of Malta food, fresh vegetables, fresh fish. Fresh fresh fresh. Everything.


By this map, you can see were were I exactly in Malta.

photo1 (2)One of the famous buildings i fell in love instantly in Malta was St. Johns Co-Cathedral in Valleta. It was built by the Knights of Malta between 1573 and 1578, having been commissioned in 1572 by Grand Master Jean de la Cassière as the conventual church of the Order of the Knights Hospitaller of St John, known as the Knights of Malta. The Church was designed by the Maltese military architect Glormu Cassar (Girolamo Cassar) who designed several of the more prominent buildings in Valletta. The church is considered to be one of the finest examples of high Baroque architecture in Europe and one of the world’s great cathedrals.



//All photos was made by me or my friends.



New York|USA

Benvenuto! Dear followers, as the spring days are going by we wrote one more interesting and we hope impressive artickle about lovely but not our favorite  NEW YORK city.

Late, peaceful and  calm evening in Milano.My lithuanian friend Zivile is cooking tagliatelle with pesto sauce and we both drinking white Verdicchio wine”Dry, medium-bodied, crisp white with minerally flavor and a sea-air freshness,, after few minutes of this elegant, classic and Italian dinner I’m getting an email that I have to come in Malpensa airport after 2,5 hour! Because I have a shoot in NY!!!! You can’t even try to imagine my reaction when I had read this.. After that shocking 15 minutes starts the worst… packing, unpacking , prepacking….But after all I’m in Malpensa airport! And after 14 hours of flight,I’m in NY.


Tripping from airport.

Manhattan Skylan.

The skyline of New York is changing with so much building going on, but it’s always inspiring and beautiful.In case,every street and park in Manhattan provides a fantastic photograph. The skyline is unique and gorgeous.What is truly different from any other skyline is that when you’re looking at all these biuldings,bridges or panoramics you almost feel like you are looking at a movie set.





Extending from 59th to 110th streets between 5th and 8th avenues [Central Park West], Central Park is one of the iconic sights of New York City. While it may appear to be a beautiful natural area, be aware that it is entirely man-made except for the glacier scarred protruding rocks.IMG_6707





Broadway is famous as the pinnacle of the American theatre industry. This district is known for its abundance of theatres. Many of theatres have been in use for over 50 years! Everyone has to visit NY at least once in a lifetime and when there you have to sample Broadway even if you’re not looking to take in a show. This place has a buzz 24/7



I would really recommend going there at night rather than in the day. Probably looks quite tacky in daylight. Lights, bustle, taxis and people everywhere!The guys trying to sell you the bus tickets and comedy tickets are enerally ok and helpful
Be aware of the people dressed up as Disney type characters, don’t even acknowledge them, as soon as you do they swarm on you and want you to have pics taken with them. They seemed to target couples with kids the most.:))



Police presence is strong so you always feel safe. Many weird characters can be encountered such as the ” naked cowboy”, Spider-Man,iron man etc but this truly adds to the charm of Times Square.





Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue are two avenues to see when in NYC. Fifth has one of the best and biggest Apple Stores always worth going in. Department stores, designer stores, and many boutique shops, Tiffany, and whatever you desire.IMG_5577




Think of any world brand you want…Chanel, Dior, Burberry, Hermes, Armani, Versace, Tiffany’s, Cartier…you can find all of this here. Even if you’re not a shopaholic, you should visit it. You don’t need to shop, just walk on it. There’s no way you won’t find anything interesting. The way they are decorated, the windows of the high-end brands are art by themselves. And you don’t always have to buy something. You can always enjoy the window-shopping since most of the stores are extremely expensive.





Greenwich Village

Like a small town within Manhattan, the Village has narrow tree-lined streets and brick townhouses.A great local neighborhood to explore. I often go at night and you’ll be walking down quiet streets by yourself like you are in your hometown with no to little traffic and people around. This place is the complete opposite of Times Square.



SOHO is home to some great shopping and food areas. This is where i shop in NYC – not on 5th ave. It has a local atmosphere while still swallowing in stores and shops. The Uniqlo world headquarters are here (a great store btw) and you’ll find lots of local coffee shops and restaurants and local shops besides the big name brand stores.



Dunkin’ Donuts is America’s favorite every day, all-day stop for coffee and baked goods. Dunkin’ Donuts is a market leader in the regular/decaf coffee… Must try! Unfortunately it wasn’t so good as everyone are saying :/


And for my baby Kamila-Starbucks :))SOOO American ..after Italian espresso it was teribble :D


The Flatiron Building is a famous landmark of New York City. It was completed in 1902 and was one of the first buildings in the world to use a steel skeleton.This Daniel Burnham design got its moniker because, as you might guess, it resembles an iron.This is an unusual type building as opposed to square and multistoreyed NewYork city buildings.


 This building is really worth seeing. It is triangular in the front and is broad at the back. The building is very attractive and can be seen from afar.
Many offices and other businesses inside and we could not go and see the inside the building.
Many television channels and tv serials use this building for television commercials and documentaries. Moveis like Godzilla and Spiderman are shot in this building..


The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s One World Trade Center is redefining Lower Manhattan’s New York skyline. Standing at a symbolic 1,776 feet tall, the architectural and engineering marvel is an ever-present symbol of renewal and hope.




According to its official website, 8 Spruce Street is one of the tallest residential towers in the world. Completed in February 2011,the building was developed by Forest City Ratner, designed by Frank Gehry Architects and WSP Cantor Seinuk Structural Engineers, and constructed by Kreisler Borg Florman. It contains a public elementary school owned by the Department of Education.Above that and grade-level retail, the tower contains only residential rental units (898 in total), a rarity in New York’s Financial District.


The American Museum of Natural History of New York City is one of the largest and most celebrated museums in the world and my favorite. The Museum comprises 25 interconnected buildings that house 46 permanent exhibition halls, research laboratories, and its renowned library. The collections contain over 150 million specimens, of which only a small fraction can be displayed at any given time. The Museum has a scientific staff of more than 200, and sponsors over 100 special field expeditions each year.


PH-D rooftop lounge,NY

The Penthouse at Dream Downtown is the ultimate rooftop lounge,with Exquisite panoramic Manhattan skyline view includes direct lines of sight to the Hudson River and Empire State Building. This place is so amazing… Food,drinks,coctails and especialy view can make your evening unforgetable.








After 2/5 weeks of staying and broading my mind in America I understood that i need more classic,cleanier,historical place to live and at any momemt i thought about desserts,coffe or ice-cream I could’t fall into oblivion my lovely and unforgetable Italy…I prefer creamy Tiramisu, cold and fresh gelato but not snikers or fat donuts :)) So as autumn days was going by i booked a flight to my simple pimple Lithuania.



“Autumn is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire: it is the time for home.”

I hope you all enjoyed my story,I’m truly thanksful for all my friends I met in NY. Jansen,MY Babysavina, Ro Grady,Tim,Julija. Thank you all.

Best whishes, Agota.

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Dear readers, we hope you enjoyed our articles about travels in Italy or Belarus..But now it’s time to look somewhere further !

Miami is hot hot hot! And it’s not just the sultry weather. Here, the nightlife is scorching, thanks to a strong Latin influence and spicy salsa culture. Dance the noche away in a nightclub, or indulge in a fancy meal at one of the city’s celebrity-owned restaurants. By day, hit the beach of course, or have yourself a walkabout, taking in Miami’s colorful art deco architecture. Grab a Cuban sandwich in Little Havana, then ride the vintage carousel at Virginia Key Beach Park.


Fort Lauderdale’s canals and charm have earned it the nickname “The Venice of America.” The beaches offer 23 miles of golden sand, lively with the spirited antics of happy vacationers. Sail the blue-green waters on a chartered catamaran, or dive beneath the surface to meet-and-greet the local sea life. Shopping and dining al fresco on Las Olas Boulevard is one of Fort Lauderdale’s greatest pleasures, thanks to adorable shops and prime people-watching.







L’eta del fascino look campaign by Brazzi photography.

Dear followers,please accept our apologies of all that silence we made…:) Now we both are trying to schedule our vacation details,because we’re leaving to Italy this April in case to make more interviews,photoshoots or even some videos…and everything is just for all of you!But about this in other artickle…Now we want to share our ideas how to stay warm but classy in windy spring!

In this photoshoot we combined Lithuanian designers and simple brand clothes. If you have some questions,ideas or suggestion please comment:)

Clothes | White Linen dress | Max&Co

Black Skirt | Agota Jakutyte

Sweater | Le muse |lithuanian designer







Huge thanks for all assistant of amazing collaboration!
Photography | Brazzi photography
Makeup&hair | Jolanta Poškaitė |Carolina makeup studio
Style | Theageofcharm

I almost forgot to share our Backstage moments ! The best photos from all photoshoot with Tomas:))






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Agota :*

Let’s get rid of those old coats

Happy spring! Happy girls! Happy world!

Hello there! I haven’t seen you for a while! Let’s catch up.
For me, April and May will be so exciting, because i am going to Malta and Corsica. Cool stuff, right? I know. I am so excited and I am counting the days towards those trips. I can promise to make a looot of pictures for SURE.

Other then that, this post is dedicated to Lithuanian girls, who are changing their coats to lightweight jackets, and other light garments. Although, the weather is very tricky in Lithuania, but nothing can stop us look beautiful, right?





Style by The Age of Charm girls: Kamile and Agota
Photos by The Age of Charm girls: Kamile and Agota

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By K.

How to Wear Name Brand Clothes Without Being Called a Poser or Fake


Dear followers,as spring is finally starting to come in Lithuania..We wanted to share our ideas about how to choose,wear and buy brand-luxury clothes.

Branded clothing usually comes with good quality and great designs, so nobody can blame you for liking this stuff. If you have decided to go shopping, well, be aware of “fashion police.” If you don’t want to be called fake or poser, these are the advices you need and read on.

1.Figure out why you really like the clothes. Determine whether it’s because of the uniqueness of the design or the quality of the fabric used. If you just wanted to be considered “cool” or “in,” you have to be careful as it may not look good on you.

2.Know your size. Start out by going to the store and trying out the clothes. If you decide to order online or from a catalog, take note of the size that fits you perfectly before you order the clothes. Remember that you have choices. You could shop from catalog, the store or the website. Make sure you have money or your plan will fall apart (and stealing is not an option). If you shop in the website, you have to have a credit card number. If you don’t have one, you could ask your parents to order it for you. You may browse through different sites to determine which offer the cheapest but careful with frauds.

3.Try wearing other clothes beside these branded clothes. There are also cheaper ones but has good quality and great design. It’s only a matter of how you project and carry your clothes!!!!!

That’s how we’re wearing brand clothes with simple ones.


Coat:New Look
Hand Bag:Hermes

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Italy.Part 2 | Bergamo and Lago di Como


Bergamo (population 120,000) is an extremely pretty old town in Lombardy, on the edge of the Alps. Bergamo’s original location was a defensive hilltop, and the town was also protected by stout walls; nowadays this historic part of town is known as the Città Alta (upper town) and it’s where you will find most of the historic buildings and tourist sights. There is little traffic, and the narrow lanes are pleasant to wander.


Città alta” (upper city), a hilltop medieval town, surrounded by 17th-century defensive walls. The town is connected to the “Città bassa” (lower city) by funicular/cable car, roads, and foot-paths.
Parking spaces are very limited in the upper city so it is better to take the funicular or the bus (10 minutes  from the railway station).


I know..Im limited edition because i love italian door bells :))



Numerous places of interest including:
Cittadella (Citadel), Piazza Vecchia (old square),Palazzo della Ragione, Palazzo Nuovo , Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore (Saint Mary Major),Cappella Colleoni (Colleoni chapel), annexed to Santa Maria Maggiore, is a masterwork of Renaissance architecture and decorative art………..
The small snaky roads with an infinity of typical Italian shops……



So! Beautiful! Beautiful! Beautiful! I’m not a person to give out amazing reviews unless I truly mean it. Bergamo is beautiful, people are lovely and the city is small but charming. Great place for a break and just relax and indulge in cheese, hams and wine.

Lac’o di como. Belalgio,Varrena,Como

 Is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Como in the Italian region Lombardy, located on Como lake.

Bellagio.“Pearl of the Lake”

Very attractive town at the junction of the two ‘legs’ of the lake. Can be expensive. This is the busiest of the tourist oriented towns. Bellagio is a hub for the boat service on the lake.Image


Bellagio’s world class hotels and restaurants provide the perfect place to soak up the lake’s famous panorama. The village is characterised by century-old buildings, stone lanes and picturesque cobbled stairways filled with shops showcasing the finest Italian wares.


Follow one of our historic walking tours for an insight into days gone by, or follow your taste buds to the fresh fruit flavours of gelato – or the wonderful aromas of café – of the kind found only in Italy.



A wonderful climate to relax, take part in sport or lake activities and all against the backdrop of this stunning lake and it’s magnificent villas.


After half of a day trip to  Bellagio we took ferry to other city -Varenna.


Varenna is built upon a rock at the foot of a mountain which rises almost
vertically above it, leaving the skeleton of a ruined ancient castle exposed to
the sky. Its community dates back to the Roman age.



Orrido di Bellano.



Gushing waterfalls and natural rock formations tucked in a little corner of Bellano, near Como Lake, this is a gem not to be missed. Few tourists know of this place and one can have the comfort and silence of being alone to enjoy this natural wonder. It simply energizes you.




Our little baby Fiat 500 :)



Villa Cipressi gives the possibility to visit, through a botanic pathway,
century-old gardens with tiered terraces till the lake, containing plants of a
rare beauty and worldwide botanic importance.


Villa Monastero is beautiful, to say the least. The extent of the gardens is fantastic, and they are extremely well kept. There is also a small coffee shop in the gardens for a drink while you walk. There are statues and many amazing sculptures. It is easy to spend hours in the shade of the trees, taking in the view of the lake. Definitely worth a visit.


Como city.


Salade caprese| Tun carpaccio……The best of all


Ahh i don’t forgot to taste Italian gelato..FOR SURE!  In English it generally refers to varieties of ice cream made in a traditional Italian style. Gelato is made with milk, cream, various sugars, and flavoring such as fresh fruit and nut purees.


Dear,Followers thank you for reading our blog! I hope your next vacation will be Lago di Como or maybe…..Miami! But about this at the next artickle. Please share,comment and like. But dont forget that all photo rights are saved by Theageofcharm!