A veteran actress of the stage, television and the silver screen, Amanda Peet gained fame in 2000 starring with Bruce Willis and Matthew Perry in "The Whole Nine Yards." In 2013, Peet wrote her first stage play, "The Commons of Pensacola," which debuted off-Broadway starring Sarah Jessica Parker and Blythe Danner. Although Peet's career has transitioned from film star to serious playwright (all while balancing being a mom to daughters Molly and Frances), her personal style has maintained a consistent level of feminine sophistication. According to fashion stylist Alexandra Suzanne Greenawalt, "Peet's style is daring, ethereal and downtown, with a dash of avant-garde and bohemian. She is a free spirit, but in a way that is chic."