I'm a barrister, I think I can help with this.
When you say "impression fragrance", what do you mean?
In short, I don't think you can do that. You're proposing using a registered trade mark - Boss - on your prroduct which is the same type of product Boss is selling. Firstly, it's arguable this will lead to confusing amongst consumers that it is a Boss product. Second, even if you make it clear its merely an "impression" it would be difficult that you're not exploiting the goodwill of the brand. These concepts are arguable however you also need to consider that Boss is a multinational organisation with a lot of money to spend on legal fees. My Answer would be you cannot do what you propose, considering all the factors, I think you would need very specific legal advice on how you would present it if you were to have any chance.
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