Brisbane designer George Wu and Asia Pacific Screen Awards hostess Rachel Choi at Mr Wu's Mt Gravatt studio.

Brisbane designer George Wu fits Asia Pacific Screen Awards hostess Rachel Choi with a gown at his Mt Gravatt studio. Photo: Marc Grimwade

It won't just be City Hall on display at the 7th annual Asia Pacific Screen Awards on Thursday night.

The beautiful creations of three Brisbane fashion designers will be seen on several hosts and guests at the ceremony, which will attract an audience of up to four billion people in 70 countries.

Celebrated QUT graduate George Wu will dress Rachel Choi and Han Huynh, the two hostesses who will present winners with their “vessels” (delicate pottery substituting for statuettes), as well as Fairfax blogger Katherine Feeney, who will host the red carpet arrivals.

Brisbane designer George Wu fits Asia Pacific Screen Awards hostess Rachel Choi with a gown at his Mt Gravatt studio.

Brisbane designer George Wu and Asia Pacific Screen Awards hostess Rachel Choi. Photo: Marc Grimwade

Wu has previously dressed the likes of Angelina Jolie and singer Kate Miller-Heidke, and has been hard at work in his Mt Gravatt studio.

“Dressing the personalities involved within the film industry has always been a dream of mine so I am thrilled to participate in the Asia Pacific Screen Awards,” Wu said.

Paul Hunt is dressing Channel Seven presenter Sofie Formica who will host the APSAs alongside China's “Oprah”, Chen Lei.

Mitchell Ogilvie is dressing Brisbane International Student Ambassador Revanth Araveti who is assisting on stage.

Make-up guru Napoleon Perdis has partnered with the APSAs to provide his magical services on the red carpet to ensure the stars are all picture perfect.

www.brisbanetimes.com.au will be live blogging the APSAs from 5pm on Thursday.