Our Collaborations

For years we've been collaborating with incredible Australian artists and businesses to provide our customers with unique products and gifts.



The Ella Sanders for Fella Hamilton range is a collection of capsule knitwear pieces with a focus on sustainable fabrics and timeless use. With a current focus on carefully designed and crafted knitwear, the Ella Sanders product range in collaboration with Fella Hamilton, is set to expand past knitwear in the year of 2023.  See our current Ella Sanders collection here.



Since its beginnings over fifty years ago, Rigon Headwear has successfully combined sun protection with fashion. An Australian family-owned company, this brand has grown enormously through sun-protective hats and the licence for Cancer Council Australia. Hugely popular with Fella Hamilton customers, our range has quickly expanded to seven styles in multiple colours since 2019. See our Hat range, which includes Rigon styles here.



Creating inspirational gifts for all seasons, Tonic is a local Australian, community conscious brand that we’re proud to partner with for our gifting products instore and yearly giveaways. With a focus on beautiful fabric including the Liberty fabric designs, Tonic is a brand we are proud to collaborate with.



We've partnered with Koh living on several projects, including providing our customers with gifts from their amazing collection. But perhaps our favourite collaboration was during the pandemic, creating face masks from thousands of tea towels featuring the art of Indigenous artist, Kathleen Buzzacott.

With retailers closed, these tea towels had nowhere to be sold so, with Kathleen’s permission, we repurposed the tea towels in our Melbourne factory into the much-needed fashion accessory of 2020 and 2021, the face mask.



We've partnered with Australian textile artist Sharyn Kayne for several years to provide our customers with a collection of unique scarves, available only at Fella Hamilton.

In early 2020 the Australian Native Wildflower pure silk scarves collection, available across our stores, helped to raise money for much-needed counselling for survivors of the Australian bushfires, with half of the proceeds from each scarf being donated.



Creating artwork that resembles the grandeur of life, we are so excited to partner with Australian artist Anna Blatman. Beginning with the development of the Becky Floral face mask in 2021, and continuing our relationship by offering a wide range of free gifts to customers as well as selling a colourful range of art prints, the Laura umbrella, and a fundraising tea towel for Breast Cancer Network Australia.



The Fella Healthwear division collaborated with The Koala Kids Foundation in 2022 to develop a Scrub Top for doctors and nurses who deal with sick children. Beginning in 2015, the Foundation’s purpose is to bring happy moments to children and young people during cancer treatment, and Fella Hamilton enthusiastically manufactured 5500 Scrub tops just in time for Christmas 2022.

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