LifestyleFashion Week Fashion for everyone from LI's East End: Browder's Birds, Loyal Hana, The Styleliner By Emily J. Weitz Special to Newsday Updated July 14, 2016 12:40 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email Fashion has historically implied runways and red velvet ropes — winemakers, moms, farmers with dirt under their fingernails need not apply. Unless, that is, you’re talking about Long Island’s East End, where some fashion-forward companies are blatantly ignoring this conventional wisdom. Check out Browder’s Birds in Mattituck for woolen wares. Loyal Hana by Sag Harbor's Shelley Suh is made for beast-feeding-friendly fashion. Joey Wölffer's The Styleliner hits the roads stocked with her signature saddlebags. Ready for shearing Photo Credit: Randee Daddona Holly Browder bought a flock of Cotswold sheep four years ago to keep the grass in check. She uses the wool in her fashion line. Time for a trim Photo Credit: Randee Daddona Tabbethia Haubold-Magee from the Long Island Livestock Company in Yaphank shears a Cotswold sheep at Browder's Birds in Mattituck as farm owners Chris and Holly Browder wait to collect the wool. Ready to knit Photo Credit: Randee Daddona Yarn milled and kettle-dyed from Cotswold sheep at Browder's Birds in Mattituck; $40 for 4 ounces (natural yarn is $25), browdersbirds.com/pantry In the field Photo Credit: Randee Daddona Holly Browder wraps herself in a blanket made from the wool of her Cotswold sheep; $400 at browdersbirds.com/pantry Winter is coming Photo Credit: Randee Daddona Holly Browder shows off some of the fine woolens from her Cotswold sheep; the cable scarf is $100, the beret $175, at the Browder Bird's weekend farm stand or browdersbirds.com/pantry For new moms Photo Credit: Gordon M. Grant Not finding great work clothes for nursing moms, Shelley Suh of Sagaponack created her own line, Loyal Hana, which offers dresses and tops with discreet flaps and zippers to make breast-feeding easier. Abstract art Photo Credit: Gordon M. Grant The Claudia dress from Loyal Hana, Shelley Suh's line of clothing for nursing mothers; $110 at loyalhana.com Mother's helper Photo Credit: Gordon M. Grant A hidden zipper in the Tara blouse from Loyal Hana makes it easier for a new mom to nurse or pump; $96 at loyalhana.com On the road Photo Credit: Joey Wolffer “Bohemian with a little bit of glam” is how Joey Wölffer describes her handbags, sold from her mobile pop-up shop The Styleliner and at her new store in Sag Harbor; also online at thestyleliner.com A colorful classic Photo Credit: Joey Wolffer Joey Wölffer's classic suede saddlebag with corset detail and rich embroidery; $1,295 on her mobile pop-up and at her shop in Sag Harbor or thestyleliner.com By Emily J. Weitz Special to Newsday Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Summer shopping in the HamptonsIn early May, East End realtors and landlords were scratching their heads about where all Crazy pool floats for summer Check out our picks for the craziest pool floats for summer 2017. Affordable bridal dresses from top designers“Diffusion lines” — secondary collections created by high-end fashion houses at significant discounts — come Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.