Pretty embroidered satin slippers
They're Baaack!
Our embroidered satin slippers now available
Happy guy with Bubble_T t-shirt
Celebrate Pride All Year Long
With BUBBLE_T T-shirts! 🌈
Beautiful display of lanterns
A Litany of Lanterns
See our Next Level collaboration
Beach items
Life's a Beach!
Hats, fans, mats, and more
Jade roller
Roll Your Way to Beauty
How to use a jade roller
Adorable outfits for
your little one

An Iconic NYC Institution

Founded in 1971, Pearl River Mart is an eclectic emporium where you can find one-of-a-kind Asian-inspired home furnishings, fashion, and everything in between. A beloved destination for people from all over the globe, Pearl River has become symbolic of the uniqueness, authenticity and multiculturalism of New York City. Read our story.

Visit us at:

TriBeCa Flagship: 395 Broadway (& Walker), NYC 10013 
10 a.m. to 7:20 p.m. every day

Chelsea Market: 75 9th Ave. (between 15 & 16), NYC 10011
10 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day

Museum of Chinese in America: 215 Centre St. (between Grand and Howard), NYC 10013
Monday: Closed
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Thursday: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.



    Grid of host gifts (cute planters, black sake set, tea canisters, fortune cookie chopstick holders)

    Give More Than Just Wine This Year: 12 Host(ess) Gifts with the Most(est)

    The holiday season is here, which means you might have some parties and get-togethers to attend. What to get the host or hostess? Here are 12 unique ideas to choose from.
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    Calling All Artists! Apply to Exhibit in Our Gallery

    Calling All Artists! Apply to Exhibit in Our Gallery

    We recently opened our 20th art exhibition, and we’re celebrating by holding our first ever open call for artists of all media and stages of career to apply to exhibit in our gallery.
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    Philip Poon, an architect and Pearl River's latest artist-in-residence

    Artist-in-Residence Philip Poon: Fitting Architecture into Identity, Activism, and Change

    We spoke with architect Philip Poon about how he balances living in multiple worlds at once, how the projects in his exhibition reflect that, and how architecture can be a form of activism.
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