Российская модель Наталья Водянова снялась обнаженной для для глянцевого издания LOVE. Фотографии были опубликованы в Instagram издания.
Кроме того, в фотосессии приняли участие такие модели, как Наоми Кэмпбелл, Кристен Макменами , а также Лара Стоун и Дарья Вербова.
На всех кадрах женщины стоят в одинаковой позе с поднятыми руками с лентой, другой конец которой они держат правой ногой.
Авторами фотосессии стали фотографы Мерт Алас и Маркус Пигготт.
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A unit of UnitedHealth Group has hired a former HHS official who played a key role in the department’s selection of the insurer to dispense $30 billion in Covid recovery funds to health care providers affected by the pandemic, according to two people familiar with the matter.
William Brady, who was chief of staff to the deputy secretary at HHS, recently started as the vice president for digital at UnitedHealth's Optum, where he is working on technologies for consumers.
POLITICO reported in April that Brady and fellow senior HHS official Jim Parker led the decision-making process that resulted in UnitedHealth getting the government contract. In early April, Brady announced that UnitedHealth would be making the relief payments under the CARES Act.
Brady is the second Trump administration official involved with the recovery payment program to have a financial connection to UnitedHealth. Steven Parente, then a White House economist, decided the methodology for how to make the initial $30 billion in payments, and he attracted scrutiny because before joining the Trump administration he served as a consultant to UnitedHealth, among other companies. A spokesperson for the Council of Economic Advisers, where Parente worked, said Parente was not responsible for the choice of UnitedHealth to administer the program and had no role in making contracting decisions at HHS. Parente declined to comment.
The choice of UnitedHealth, a leading health insurer, to funnel billions of taxpayer dollars to hospitals and other providers surprised many in health care, including employees at HHS who had assumed that the department would administer the program itself.
This is not the first time Brady has worked in the health insurance industry. From late 2012 to mid-2017, he was associate legal counsel for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. According to his LinkedIn profile, he also is a franchise owner of Jimmy John's and founded a mobile payment company in 2011.
Brady didn't respond to a request for comment, but a UnitedHealth spokesperson, Matt Stearns, said that in his role at Optum, Brady will not be working with HHS or have any involvement in disbursing the funds.
“UnitedHealthcare was uniquely positioned to quickly distribute CARES Act funds to health care providers at a time when our nation’s health system needed liquidity, and we were honored to use our experience and expertise to do so," said Stearns in a statement. "The $1 million fee we received for this work is being used to support family members of our employees affected by Covid-19.”
UFC president Dana White has confirmed his January plans for the promotion after announcing the first three events of 2021 will take place on 'Fight Island' in January.
The headline event of the bumper schedule will see Conor McGregor take on Dustin Poirier to complete the week of action on January 23 on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi at UFC 257.
White has long targeted the plans that are now confirmed after he posted a promotional poster of the trio of headline acts across the week on his Instagram account.
It will be the first UFC event staged on the island since October, with Yas Island and the UFC APEX facility in Las Vegas staging most of the promotion's bouts since the coronavirus outbreak in March.
McGregor's bout with Poirier is a rematch following their 2014 clash, which saw the 'Notorious' knock out his opponent in under two minutes at UFC 178 in 2014.
The former featherweight and lightweight champion is back in UFC action for the first time in a year after defeating Donald Cerrone in just 40 seconds last January.
Confirmation of the fight also completes another U-Turn from McGregor, with the 32-year-old having stated he had retired, for a third time, back in June.
His rematch with Poirier was confirmed by the UFC last month after strong rumours that he would face Manny Pacquiao in a boxing match next year.
The triple header bill in January gets underway with a Fight Night on January 16 when featherweight contenders Max Holloway and Calvin Kattar meet.
They will be followed by a mid-week bout that sees Leon Edwards and Khamzat Chimaev clash on January 20.
The welterweight contest is a rescheduled fight from December, which was postponed after both fighters produced a positive test for coronavirus in the build up to the bout.
McGregor earlier on Tuesday was celebrating what he claimed what was the highest rated pay-per-view card of the year following his win over Cerrone.
According to a document he shared on Twitter the event achieved 1.353million buys.
He said: 'I am honored to secure their highest PPV of the year with McGregor vs. Cerrone. Congrats Donald and also on his double submission win last night.'
She flooded her Instagram with bikini-clad pictures while visiting the Maldives for a 'work trip' amid England's second lockdown.
And Montana Brown has not shied away from flaunting her sun-filled trip since returning home, as she shared another sizzling snap on her Instagram on Thursday.
The Love Island star, 25, showcased her toned physique in a skimpy blue two-piece as she posed up a storm in her luxurious hotel room for the throwback snap.
She let her natural beauty shine through with a low-coverage make-up palette and loosely swept her golden tresses back into a low-bun.
Putting on a busty display in the low-cut bikini, Montana playfully gave a peace-out sign to the camera during her recent Maldives trip.
Alongside the sultry snap, she promoted her Swim Society sustainable collection, which she recently jetted off to the balmy island to shoot.
She penned: 'FINALLY you can pre order your swimwear on Sunday at 7pm won't be restocking so first come first served my beautiful ladies.
'We are limited on stock as we're a sustainable brand and all. Hope you enjoy the styles as much as I do'
The photo was one of many taken during the TV personality's recent work trip to the Maldives, chosen for its tropical backdrops as she shot her new campaign.
But she has bundled up amid the chilly autumnal weather since returning home, admitting that she has been 'acclimatising' as she shared a cozy snap on Wednesday.
The reality TV star cut a casual figure in a green cardigan and grey tracksuit bottoms, which she teamed with a dark beanie hat.
Montana styled her blonde locks in a straight fashion as she opted for a bronzed make-up palette for the playful picture.
Captioning the snap, she wrote: 'acclimatising from the Maldives and I'm officially ready for Xmas' (sic)
Reflecting on her recent trip, Montana recently admitted that she was 'blessed' to take part in the paradise shoot.
Taking to Instagram in December, she wrote: 'I honestly don't know how I got so lucky. I feel so truly blessed for everything in my life.
'I can't believe we managed to shoot our first campaign, it's been such an emotional journey to take @swimsociety over by myself and to see it all come to life is so invigorating.
'Thank you to every single person who contributed to the journey, I am so thankful and appreciative. I couldn't have done it without the beautiful, talented people around me.
'This shoot was tough, a lot of hard work but I feel so proud of everyone involved. Love you all so much, such beautiful people.
Montana was joined by Love Island's Samira Mighty, singer Mahalia, and model Joann Van Den Herik for the balmy Maldives excursion.
Amid furore over reality stars and influencers casually jetting abroad despite ongoing concerns around COVID-19, Montana defended her trip in a YouTube video, insisting she was being 'very careful'.
Dismissing claims that she was flouting rules, a spokesperson for Montana previously said: 'Montana is in the Maldives for work purposes shooting her campaign for her company Swim Society. This is allowed under government guidelines.'
During England's second national lockdown, COVID-19 rules stipulated that travelling outside the country was banned unless for business or education.