Splashes of orange and black and Halloween images decorated most Downtown Renton business windows in preparation for Saturday’s “Olde” Fashioned Halloween Party.
Most, but now all.
The windows of Ginger’s Klosett glowed pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
“Cancer is a beast,” said Kim at Ginger’s Klosett, who wanted to honor those who have lost their battle with the disease, and those still fighting it.
Kim decorated the boutique’s window along South Third Street with mannequin busts topped with pink accessories, stylish hats, pink brassieres and information pamphlets.
She understands Renton’s diverse demographic, so the information sheets include eight languages: English, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese and Hindi.
In addition to the window display, the remainder of Ginger’s Klosett window space dons honor plaques with the names of women who have beaten or continue to fight the disease.
“Hope starts here,” she said of her desire to get information out to the public and show that woman have beaten cancer.
The display will be up through the month of October. Ginger’s Klosett is located at 825 South Third Street at the intersection of Wells Avenue.