A breezy Chloé runway look for Spring 2010. Photo: Patrick Kovarik, AFP/Getty Images

Talk about an easy win!

Luxury label Chloé won a $7.2 million default judgment in a U.S. federal court infringement case against a Los Angeles supplier, reports WWD.

The fashion company originally filed the suit against Mohammed Alexander Zarafshan in 2006 for allegedly supplying counterfeit goods to an online site.

At first, Zarafshan was responsive, giving a deposition for the case, however he never answered the legal complaint in court, according to the site.

After the allotted time, the court officially entered the $7.2 million default judgment and Chloé wound up taking home the big bucks!

Chloé may have had good legal luck, but some fashionable companies have had to settle their disagreements.