Now ground-breaking textile designers from as far afield as Belgium, America and Germany are beating a path to his door to ask him to represent them. Bruno is getting felts and voiles dyed to his own specifications and is experimenting further by having raffia and cotton woven together. And it is no longer just modernist interior designers who buy from him -those with more traditional images have heard of his increasing popularity and are ordering for their clients, too. Bruno has certainly managed to live up to his motto, borrowed from Diana Vreeland: â€œYou donâ€™t give people what they want, you give them what they never dreamt they wantedâ€. In years to come, his textile style could well symbolise the chic but textured neutrality of this decade. Bruno Triplet, Unit 1, First Floor, Chelsea Harbour Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour, London SW10 OXE, (0171) 795 0395. Bruno Triplet (left) champions unusual fabrics such as raffia and cotton woven together (above and below). DINING JASPER He is now having felts dyed in jewellike colours (below, left) to contrast with the predominantly neutral palette he favours.