‘Sopranos’ star Drea de Matteo saved her tiger catsuit from a fire — but lost this other iconic look

Call it a fashion miracle.

In 2015, “The Sopranos” star Drea de Matteo lost her East Village apartment in a fire stemming from a gas explosion in an adjacent building — and with it, the lion’s share of her costumes, scripts and other memorabilia from her time playing mob moll Adriana La Cerva on the HBO hit.

But she was able to salvage one of her character’s most iconic costumes.

“I thought I lost the tiger suit — the famous tiger suit,” De Matteo tells Page Six Style.

“So when we were moving out of my Hamptons house and I found a box … I found the tiger suit! I couldn’t believe I found the tiger suit.”

“Sopranos” star Drea de Matteo was lucky enough to find her character’s iconic tiger-striped catsuit after a devastating 2015 house fire. HBO/Everett Collection
“I thought I lost [it],” she told Page Six Style. Instagram/dreadematteo

Unfortunately, another iconic Adriana outfit may have been lost to the blaze: the fur-collared leather jacket and jeans she wears when she meets her tragic demise in Season 5.

“The one I couldn’t find … is my death outfit,” De Matteo says. “That might’ve burned, or that might be in storage.”

De Matteo wasn’t able the find the outfit Adriana wore during her tragic death scene. HBO
“That might’ve burned, or that might be in storage,” the actress said of the look. HBO

While “The Sopranos” recently celebrated its 25th anniversary, the series’ style feels more relevant than ever, thanks to the recent rise of the “mob wife” aesthetic on social media.

But as De Matteo recently told us, her real-life looks couldn’t be more different from her character’s.

“I dress like a tomboy,” she said. “All of that clothing from ‘The Sopranos’ was all Juliet [Polcsa, the show’s costume designer], and she loved dressing me. I was her doll… the sluttier the better.”

Her character Adriana La Cerva’s looks have found new fame lately as the “mob wife” trend takes over social media. Alamy Stock Photo

For those looking to get a piece of the “mob wife” trend for themselves, however, Polcsa herself recently recommended a few key pieces to Page Six Style — from faux fur coats to gold statement jewelry — and said she finds it “incredibly flattering” that folks still want to replicate her “Sopranos” style decades later.

“If you told me 25 years ago that people are going to be referencing your work, I would have thought, what, are you nuts?” she told us.