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    Answered By: Samantha Kannegiser
    Last Updated: Mar 26, 2018     Views: 10

    The WGSN database includes news, images, and trend forecasts, but does not automatically create citations. Each article or image includes the information required to create a citation:

    • Author or creator
    • Publication date
    • Title
    • Publisher

    MLA format for news, blogs, or trend forecasts:

    Author Last Name, First Name. "Title of article." WGSN, Publication Date, URL, Accessed Date. 

    MLA format for images: 

    Creator Last Name, First Name. Title of work. Creation Date. WGSN, URL, Accessed Date. 

    APA format for news, blogs, or trend forecasts:

    Author Last Name, First Initial. (Year, Month Day of publication). Title of article. WGSN. Retrieved from URL

    APA format for images: 

    Creator Last Name, First Initial. (Creation Date). Title of work [Format]. Retrieved Date from URL


    All WGSN articles and images include the information required to make a citation. 

    1. Citing a forecast: 

    WGSN forecast

    a. Each forecast has a sidebar menu with options for printing, downloading, etc. Look for the small in a circle for more information about the source.

    WGSN forecast information

    b. The information button will provide the forecast's title, author, and creation date.

    c. Create your citation in MLA or APA format based.

    MLA

    Author Last Name, First Name. "Title of article." WGSN, Publication Date, URL, Accessed Date. 

    Cheung, Pauline. "Spinexpo Shanghai S/S 19." WGSN. March 26, 2018, https://www-wgsn-com.ezproxy.library.berkeley.org/fashion/, March 26, 2018. 

    APA

    Author Last Name, First Initial. (Year, Month Day of publication). Title of article. WGSN. Retrieved from URL

    Cheung, P. (2018, March 26). Spinexpo Shanghai S/S 19. WGSN. Retreieved from https://www-wgsn-com.ezproxy.library.berkeley.org/fashion/


    2. Citing an article or blog post:

    WGSN blog post

    a. The blog post will have the title, author, and publication date clearly posted. Use this information to create a citation.

    MLA

    Author Last Name, First Name. "Title of article." WGSN, Publication Date, URL, Accessed Date. 

    Tavella, Taryn. "Kitchenware trends: Pastels prevail for spring." WGSN, Mar 23, 2018, https://www-wgsn-com.ezproxy.library.berkeley.org/blogs/kitchenware-trends-pastels-prevail-for-spring/# , March 26, 2018. 

    APA

    Author Last Name, First Initial. (Year, Month Day of publication). Title of article. WGSN. Retrieved from URL

    Tavella, T. (2018, March 23). Kitchenware trends: Pastels prevail for spring. WGSN. Retrieved from https://www-wgsn-com.ezproxy.library.berkeley.org/blogs/kitchenware-trends-pastels-prevail-for-spring/#


    3. Citing an image:

    WGSN image library

    a. Images in WGSN will have a similar menu bar to articles. Look for the  in a circle for more information.

    WGSN image information

    b. The image's information menu includes the image name, designer, and image format for you to create a citation. Creation date may not be available.

    MLA

    Creator Last Name, First Name. Title of work. Creation Date. WGSN, URL, Accessed Date. 

    Frankie & Clo. FrankieandClo_LauraPalm_12. (n.d.). WGSN, https://www-wgsn-com.ezproxy.library.berkeley.org/fashion/, March 26, 2018.

    APA

    Creator Last Name, First Initial. (Creation Date). Title of work [Format]. Retrieved Date from URL

    Frankie & Clo. (n.d.). FrankieandClo_LauraPalm_12 [Bitmap, Vertical]. Retrieved March 26, 2018 from https://www-wgsn-com.ezproxy.library.berkeley.org/fashion/

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